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(More Done In Less Time)
Let's Get Some Control In Your Day
(Start Reducing Interruptions)
Twice As Much Done & Time Left Over
(Enjoy Some Extra Spare Time)
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The Time Retriever, led by Peter Johnson, is a community and set of tools and resources for childcare centre owners, directors, managers and teams, who are looking to make their life a little bit easier and to run a childcare centre that exceeds the required standards, resulting in providing an extremely high level of childcare and education for their community.
Why Business Owners Struggle With Time Management And How To Overcome The Problem.
The Time Retriever Philosophy is
There are 4 key areas that you need skills in to ensure you get your day under control and get things done.
We call them the “4 Inescapable Components Of Getting Your Day Under Control”
Creating a vision of what you intend to achieve, setting the goals and creating the action plans to achieve them.
Using your action plan to plan your week and your day, to ensure you get things done and achieve success.
The ability to control procrastination and distractions in your day and stay focused on the important tasks. Along with knowing the key communication styles required to get your message across the first time, and to work effectively with the people around you.
Reducing those painful and consistent interruptions in your day, through building and developing a team of people around you, that enable your centre/business to run with far less day to day input from you.
Through gaining knowledge and skills in each of these components, you will start to get more control of your day, get twice as much done and have time left over to do the things you love to do.
True Time Management Skills Cannot Be Learnt In 1 or 2 Day’s
If you ever wondered why, after doing a time management course, you still could not get the things on your daily list done, it is because you had only learned around 10% of the skills required to get your day under control, planning and time management. The other 90% of getting your day under control is in the self discipline and people management/leadership skills, that will enable you to stop putting things off and start reducing the interruptions and distractions, that are currently making your day a struggle.
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