There is not enough time in the day.
We’re sure the above phrase is one you’ve said countless times. Many job adverts and job descriptions in travel say the ability to change priorities at any given time is essential, so we have all been warned what to expect. However, that doesn’t help us when our heads are spinning with tasks and we don’t know what to do next.
There are people who are born organisers, both of themselves and others. However, there are just as many who have a problem with time management, productivity, procrastination, daydreaming and an inability to eat the frog; yes we said eat the frog (more about the frog later).
Key Topics Covered:
- Reduce stress through good time-management practices
- Identify how your productivity is affected and ways to overcome this
- Prioritisation techniques
- Procrastination: what it is, if you do it, and how to stop