Time Power

Exam Questions: 60
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 246 | Content: 232, Supplemental: 14
NASBA Area of Study: Personal Development
Not Acceptable for: Enrolled Agents
Version: 6355E

This course reveals a comprehensive system designed to help you get more out of the time you have while watching your productivity soar. There are quick and effective time-saving strategies that let you in on the secrets to being more productive, earning more money, and getting more satisfaction out of life. PLEASE NOTE: Not accepted for Enrolled Agents. CPAs: Some states limit or prohibit CPE earned in the personal development area of study - please check with your licensing board for details or limitations. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

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Table of Contents
  • The Psychology of Time Management
  • Mastering Time through Goals and Objectives
  • The Essence of Good Time Management: Getting Yourself Organized
  • Establishing Proper Priorities
  • Developing the Work Habits to Get Things Done
  • Managing Multitask Jobs
  • Time-Saving Techniques - and How to Deal with the Seven Biggest Time Wasters
  • Overcoming Procrastination
  • Keeping Up and Getting Ahead by Making the Most of Your Time
  • Saving Time When Dealing with Others
  • Time Management Techniques for Salespeople
  • The Philosophy of Time Management
  • To recognize the starting point of excelling at time management
  • To recall the benefit of imagining teaching time management
  • To identify the principles and practices noted for peak performance
  • To recognize questions to ask in identifying your major definite purpose
  • To recall the key ideas for setting goals for your income and career
  • To recall the tools to achieve your goals faster
  • To recognize the most important time planning tool
  • To recognize the most important factor when setting priorities
  • To recall the ABCDE method of setting priorities
  • To identify the central focus of time power
  • To identify techniques for improving productivity
  • To identify the single most important quality of an executive
  • To recall an example of a parallel task
  • To identify keys to good communication
  • To identify strategies for more effective meetings
  • To recognize major time wasters
  • To recognize steps towards overcoming procrastination
  • To recognize techniques to use to make the most of your time
  • To identify the factors of the success formula T x R = P
  • To identify the single most important cause of positive feelings and high levels of motivation at work
  • To recall the Law of Comparative Advantage
  • To identify good time management techniques for salespeople
  • To recognize how time management impacts both your work and personal life

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