Time Loss Interruption Issues

1:00 Speed It Up Boys
Because of downsizing, hiring freezes, and reduced budgets, survivors of each financial crisis will have to maintain the same productivity but with fewer people.

1:30 Too Much To Do
Discusses the manifestations of time lost as a result of unwanted, unnecessary, and wasteful Interruption Time-Loss Factors. Calculates exactly how much of your time is wasted by Interruption Time-Loss Factors.

2:00 The Interruption Culture
Discusses the fact that we have been acculturated to interruptions and, as a result, may actually be addicted.

3:00 Meet Tommy-Wants-To-Please
Analyzes a day in the life of a typical highly reactive manager. Analyzes the causes and effects of interruption-related distress and how your personality type reacts to it.

Time Loss Interruption Solutions

4:00 Quiet Time
Underscores the importance of removing yourself form the chaos of every day in order to carefully analyze decisions to be made.

4:30 Time Locking
Introduces a methodology for eliminating time loss caused by unwanted interruptions.

5:00 Proposing Time Locking
Since some of your Time Bandits are your clients, colleagues, and bosses, you will utilize Communication Arts and Skills techniques to articulate gracefully and eloquently your Time Locking proposal.

5:15 Overcoming Objections
Prepares you to predict your Time Bandit objections and as a result be fully prepared to respond.

5:30 What to Say
Provides you with field-tested Guideline Language and Key Elements to utilize for the writing of your own Time Locking Proposal and Objection Response script.

5:45 How to Say it
What you say to your Time Bandit is a skill. How you say What you say is an art form.

6:00 Focal Locking
Discusses the problem of Mental Leakage when you are attempting to concentrate on the critical task at hand. Time Locking without the ability to Focal Lock would be a literal waste of time.

7:00 The Mental Hygiene Process
Provides techniques to gain the ability to Focal Lock, reduce Mental Leakage, and distress through therapeutic psychological correlators and meditative relaxation.

Time Gained Behavioral Planning

8:00 80/20 Critical Few Planning
Explains how to capitalize on the newly recovered time with prioritization methodology.

9:00 Batch Processing
Teaches you to perform similar and repetitive tasks as a group in order to create even more Time Surplus.

10:00 Planning for Hard vs. Easy
Introduces a way to work smarter, not harder, by leveraging your personal physiological given realities.

11:00 Planning Protocol
Teaches a simple protocol that enables you to incorporate all of the Time Bandit Solutions you have learned.

11:30 Implementation Action Plan
Utilizes the newly learned protocol to help you construct your own step-by-step Structured Time and Workflow Implementation Action Plan.

12:00 Mutual Charter Agreement
Teaches you how to motivate your managers to cooperate with your newly developed action plan by quantifying the benefits and demonstration a win, win, win: a win for the firm (and the Manager), a win for the clients, and a win for you.

12:30 The On-Line Application Period
Provides a methodology for taking what you’ve learned in the book into the real world.