The Time Retriever Book
All students will be provided access to the digital version of The Time Retriever Book for FREE. $24.95 value
Ask The Time Retriever Sessions
You will be able to attend the "Ask The Time Retriever" web sessions on the 1st & 2nd Tuesday of the month. You will also be able to contact The Time Retriever for support as you work through the course, FREE. $1,500value
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You arrive at work with a clear plan on what you will do for the day and have a prioritised To Do List ready to follow through out the day.
But you are constantly being distracted and interrupted all day long?
Having 15 minute tasks take all day to do, and at times, still not get done?
You put important things off because they will take too long to do, or they are difficult, or you just don't like doing them?
You have chosen to do the easier things first, so you will have time to do the other important things later in the day, only to find it's the end of the day and they are still not done?
It's now 5.30pm, you've been flat out all day, your tired and worn out, your To Do List has very little completed and you can barely remember what you have done all day!
In this course, Part 2, Is designed to enable you start building your personal time management skills of "Self Discipline" and "Reducing the Distractions in your day", resulting in you being able to complete the items that you have planned to do on your daily to do list, starting from the top. No more putting important tasks off to later for whatever reason you can come up with.
You will now be starting to get more done each day and have time left over to do the things you love to do.
- 1. UTMC Program P2 – Personal Skills Introduction
- Introduction To Self Discipline
- Introduction to Procrastination
- Downloadable Document - Procrastination
- Lesson - Procrastination
- Do No1 First Introduction
- Downloadable Document -
- Lesson - Do No 1 First
- Distractions Introduction
- Downloadable Document - Distractions
- Lesson - Reducing Distractions In Your Day
- Self Discipline Skills Summary
- Unit 2 - Communication Skills Introduction
- Peoples Learning Modalities Introduction
- Downloadable Document - Peoples Learning Modalities
- Lesson - Peoples Learning Modalities & Time Management
- 3 Tools Of Communication Introduction
- Downloadable Document - 3 Tools of Communication
- Lesson 1 - 3 Tools of Communication & Time Management
- Peoples Behavioural Style & Time Management Introduction
- Download Document - Peoples Behavioural Styles
- Peoples Behavioural Styles - Disc Assessment 1
- Peoples Behavioural Styles - Disc Assessment 2
- Lesson - Peoples Behavioural Styles & Time Management
- Peoples Communication Skills Summary
- Ultimate Time Management Program Part 2 - Course Summary
To fulfil this aim, I have created the “Ultimate Time Management Coaching Program”. It is the most comprehensive time management program available anywhere today and is available world wide for anyone.
Why I focus on Time Management
As I grew up, I always had good time management skills. In my early days working as an office equipment technician, I was always able to plan and execute my days successfully. Even when I was supervising up to 17 members in my team, I was able to keep control of my days.
However, when I took on the role of Papua New Guinea Service Manager for Remington, I found my days went out of control. I was now managing over 100 team members, plus the interaction with other head office staff and found my door was a constantly revolving door and could not get things done.
I did a time management course, but found it was only teaching me the skills I already had. I realised there were obviously many more skills I needed to develop to get my days back under control.
From that day onwards, Whilst taking on new roles at Remington and then other companies in various states and cities in Australia and managing teams from 10 to over 200 members, I continued the development of my time management and business skills, developing various systems and methodologies for keeping my day under control and get things done, passing this knowledge onto the people around me.
In August 2006 I started operating as a business coach, providing knowledge, skills and support to a wide range of business owners and their teams. During the early days of coaching, I noticed that just about every business owner I worked with had the same problem, they could not get their day under control and do the important things to grow their business. They were being constantly distracted and interrupted in their day and putting key activities off to another day. Most of the time, "another day" did not arrive.
This prompted me to look back over the years and identify what skills I had developed that were critical to improving your time management skills to get your day under control, so you could focus on actually doing the important things that needed to be done, to successfully run your centre. What I found was, that there are four key areas that you need to gain knowledge and develop skills in, if you intended to get back control in your day.
I called these four areas, the 4 Inescapable Components of Getting Your Day Under Control.
These four areas are;
2. Time Management
4. People Management/Leadership Skills
Without specific knowledge and skills in each of these areas, it is almost impossible for a business owner to get control of their day and be able to get those important things done and still have enough time left over, to enjoy their family, friends and leisure activities.
I have found that all of the time management training I have done over the years, and through regularly reviewing time management courses currently on offer, only provide training in the first two components, planning and time management and a little bit on procrastination.
This means that when you arrive at work following the training, you have your weekly and daily plan, but cannot get anything done on your to do list, because you are still constantly putting things off and being interrupted and distracted in your day. There was no training on developing specific skills in self discipline and people management/ leadership areas.
Planning and time management (weekly and daily planning) are the easy bits. The hard bits are trying actually do the tasks on your to do list, whilst constantly being interrupted and distracted.
As a business and personal productivity coach, my passion is to help business owners and their teams, to develop the skills in the “4 Inescapable Components of Getting Your Day Under Control”. Through my coaching program, I have been able to help business owners, go from working long hours 7 days a week and at times in poor health, to being fit and healthy and working 3, 4 or 5 days a week, in normal working hours.
I have written the book “The Time Retriever” which along with a step by step planning process, also provides readers awareness of many of the key skills required to get your day under control.
As a speaker, I am a very highly engaging motivational speaker, providing my audiences with some key strategies that they can implement immediately and start to see changes in their life.
To make contact with me or book me to speak at your next event, call 1300 794 401 or email us at email@example.com.
“Peter Johnson of The Time Retriever presented at our 2014, 2015 and 2016 conferences on the subjects of both time management and marketing. He is a warm and engaging presenter with a very strong knowledge base and a wealth of experience to provide real life examples to his audience.
Delegates who have attended Peter’s sessions have overwhelmingly given positive feedback and have gone on to engage Peter in a private capacity. I have found Peter a delight to work with and a valuable addition to our conference programs. I have no hesitation in recommending Peter.” Philippa Valder, Australian Childcare Alliance Victoria.
“I have been working with Peter for over 5 years, he has helped me immensely at a time that my business has grown and my role in the organization has significantly evolved. Peter’s guidance and support has allowed for my evolution from a hands-on centre director, to be able to encourage the growth and development of my management team to take on those responsibilities.
This has significantly reduced the amount of time I need to be working in the business and allowed more time for me to pursue other areas of interest and to spend time with my young family. Peter continues to help me drive improvement and efficiencies with my management team which has a positive impact on them and the operation of the services. I can’t thank Peter enough for his impact on both me personally and my business” Paul Mondo : Bimbi Day Care
Ph: 1300 794 401 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reduce Distractions In Your Day
Have a Greater Understanding Of Peoples Learning Skills
Know How To Get More Done In Less Time
Understand How To Get Your Message Across The First Time
Start Becoming A Even Better Manager Of People