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Introducing the 6 Pillar Time Management Assessment

Balancing many roles, projects, and responsibilities has become the new norm.  The 6 Pillars of Effective Time Management, developed by Cindy B Sullivan, identifies the areas that work together to keep you at your maximum efficiency.  Take the 6 Pillars Assessment today to identify your strengths and weaknesses. so you can GET STARTED and hone in on improvements that will show BIG RESULTS!

Interested in learning more about the 6 Pillars?  Enroll in the 6 Pillars introductory class here and look below for services and resources to help you ramp up your productivity and Organize the Time of Your Life!

 

 

GOALS & DIRECTION

Identify and achieve your goals!

TIME AWARENESS

Build skills to accurately gauge your time

STRUCTURE & PLANNING

Plan and structure your time most efficiently

SYSTEMS & PROMPTS

Identify tools and techniques to maximize your productivity

HABITS & SELF MANANGEMENT

Increase focus, limit distractions, and stay on target

ORGANIZATION

Storage, Workspace, and Design that works well for YOU!

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Goal-setting……simplified

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Improve your “Time Awareness”

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Exams give us teachable moments on “Time Management”

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Top Traits of “Timely” People

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Rethinking “Balance”

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Today I'm spending my first "work day" outside!  Woo Hoo!!  Perched on the deck with laptop "atop my lap", I'm thinking this is how I'd like to spend all my work hours.  It also got me thinking about what a difference my surroundings...
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Habits – don’t let them become a “junk drawer”

The more I work with clients on their time management, the more curious I have become about Habits.  How do habits work?  What exactly IS a habit?  Why are bad ones so difficult to overcome? And, why is it so easy to let them "take over" and...
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