Karla’s Greatest Hits: Top 15 Time Management Tips and Principles

Karla’s Greatest Hits: Top 15 Time Management Tips and Principles

I don’t know about you, but I’m always looking for ways to make my life easier. When I find something that works and saves me time, I get pretty excited.

I can’t count how many seminars I’ve done off of this topic. I just love it so much! 🙂

When managing a home, multiple businesses, spa schedules, and making sure you’re still sleeping 8 hours a night seems like a delicate juggle, you need to have all the goods.

So here they are — my TOP 15 Time Management Tips and Principles. I have also coached my team through these, and they’re guaranteed to make time management easy and fun for you.

Here are the highlights:

  • Multi tasking is not real or beneficial, but there are worthy alternatives to it
  • Measuring time productivity based on its ROI
  • Work expands and contracts depending on the time that you decide to spend on it
  • Learning the principle of “Deep Work” + references
  • The Time Management principle I teach my sales team so they know which tasks to prioritize

Be more productive. Feel more rested. And bask in the light of fulfilment. You’re welcome! Enjoy. 🙂

Check out this new episode on Spotify or Apple Music!

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