Increase Personal Productivity
Have you ever looked back on your week — or even a single day — and realized, unhappily, that you didn't
get as much done as you'd hoped? Many people today are challenged to maintain high levels of productivity: increased
demands on time, reduced resources, and technology overload are just a few examples.
If you're wondering how to manage priorities, how to improve your time management, or simply how to stay balanced in
a time of turmoil, then you will benefit from programs and presentations that give new meaning to "reality" check.
Whether building a successful career, managing a household, or managing a business of your own, your time is perhaps
your most valuable asset. Since you cannot buy any more time than you're given, and the clock is always ticking,
finding ways to increase your personal productivity has become a necessity.
The answer is in your brain! Your brain controls how you prioritize and spend your time, how you react to stress,
and what you consider to be a balanced life. The following brain-based solutions will help you to increase productivity
by utilizing your brain's strengths and dealing more effectively with its gaps.
Brain-Based Personal Productivity: Workshops & Presentations
Brain-Based Time Management (It's All in Your Head)
Are you feeling time-challenged? You are not alone! Whether you work in traditional office, or at home, you are
no doubt feeling the stress of increased demands on your time, and less ability to do what you need to do. However,
everyone can improve his or her time management skills with the application of the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument
There are 4 different Time Types™, or time management styles, that are governed by your brain. Each Time Type
has its own set of characteristics, and ways to manage tasks and activities. Find out which is yours!
What Would You Do Without Stress?
You hear people saying it all the time: "I'm just so stressed. I never seem to get out from under, and it's wearing
me down!" We all need a certain amount of stress to motivate us, but many people have an overabundance.
Can something be done about it? Absolutely! Your brain is in charge of your stress level, and each of the four parts
of your brain handles stress differently. You can enhance productivity and minimize turmoil. Take charge of stress
Balance Your Personal Energy Systems: Balance from the Inside Out
Each of us has four personal energy systems — mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual — that need to be kept in
balance throughout the day. Overusing or under using any one energy system can result in feeling slightly off kilter,
and can make it difficult to manage day-to-day activities.
Identify your out-of-balance energy systems, and learn how to quickly correct them to return your body, mind, and
spirit to a state of equilibrium.