Feeling Pretty Jazzed!

It’s official, I’m becoming a “5 Choices” Kool-Aid drinking groupie!  Common sense approach to organization and goal setting/accomplishment is WORKING.  I’m struggling with some of my old bad habits, but at least I have a method to tackle the gravel and really spend time on the important “rocks” in my life (work and personal).

I couldn’t be more excited about this methodology and the results that are already coming from 2 weeks of application.

Feeling pretty jazzed!!!!!

–Contributed by a 5 Choices Participant

More Time for Q2

I have to say that this is probably one of the most applicable courses to apply to day-to-day life both at work and at home.  I now receive much fewer emails (due to rules), have fewer Q1 and Q3 events and somehow have more time for Q2 now! I have been able to not only work on, but complete big projects I had been trying to “find time” for in the past.

At home I have been able to schedule one on one time with all 5 kids and my husband each week since the class! Things are good!

We have started using the time matrix in our staff meetings and each person talks about what Q1 and Q2 events they have going on each week and what items they need assistance from others on.  It have improved our discussions and efficiency at these meetings. I am also teaching this course to a group of 15 leaders today- wish me luck! Thank you for providing such a good course that has improved many of my days since!

–Contributed by a 5 Choices participant

The Complexity Of Time

“The 5 Choices workshop is very engaging and makes you think about the complexity of what we often take for granted, which in essence is our time. Organizing time and realizing what is actually really important to you as a unique individual is actually extremely important and the closest we can get to attaining a perfect work-life balance before it is too late and our time passes. I would recommend this workshop to a friend/ colleague, because I believe it would benefit them greatly and make the optimize their effectiveness.”

Contributed by a 5 Choices participant