MY PERSONAL NOTES ON TIME MANAGEMENT
“If you want to succeed, you have to put in the work.”Daymond John
Challenges You Will Overcome:
- Feelings of stress and overwhelm
- Inefficiency and wasted resources
- Low productivity and performance
When Diabetes took my father’s life, he was just fifty-six years old. For this reason, I have a huge sensitivity around time.
My time management goal is to be Batman in a business suit.René Vidal
I want to get real things done, and fast. Time is the most precious commodity I own. As a result, I’m highly strategic in how I utilize time to create meaning and momentum in my life and work.
A few of my time management habits include:
- Staying away from pointless meetings
- Capping conversations at 15 minutes
- Identifying my daily Most Valuable Priorities (MVPs)
- Helping others find their Leverage Point (LP)
- Bookending my days with positivity and gratitude
Here are some of my personal notes on making the best use of your time:
3 Power Points
- Time is the only thing we can’t get back.
- We all get the same twenty-four hours a day.
- Peak performers have a killer work ethic.
5 Power Practices for Time Management
- Study how others optimize time.
- Invest your time wisely.
- Honor the person in front of you with your attention.
- Maximize every moment.
- Give everything you have.
How can I invest my time more productively, meaningfully, and purposefully?Power Question
Recommended Book Resource: Rise and Grind by Daymond John
© René Vidal
A 7-time NCAA championship coach, René Vidal serves as head coach at McKendree Tennis and founder of Vidal Peak Performance, an executive coaching company for CEOs, business owners, and sales teams. To learn more, email: email@example.com.