Have you noticed EVERYTHING must be
DONE at the SPEED of light?
Of course, you have!
Time to think, prepare or plan seems like an unattainable luxury. Your days are a blur of dividing your time between work, family and life. It feels like everything in your life is a top priority, which really means that nothing is a priority.
Even if you make a plan for your day, often several time sensitive issues come up and take priority over what you had planned to accomplish.
Your mind is racing all the time, which is exhausting, distracting and unproductive. And, it causes you to jump to the next thing before you actually finish what you had started. You constantly feel you have too much to do and juggling all these competing priorities is taking a toll on you!
Helen can help you find more time so you can spend more time doing the things you LOVE to do! During the Tick Tock: Turning Time Management Into Time Choice Workshop, you will uncover specific steps you can take immediately to address your time challenges.
Why listen to Helen?
Not having enough hours in the day was a familiar theme in Helen’s life when she managed application development projects at Fidelity Investments. During her progression from project manager, to program manager, to Information Technology Auditor, she learned key skills, techniques and tools to help keep her sane and productive when she had huge software installations looming.
Helen would love to tell you she never got stressed and was always cool as a cucumber; however, that would be a fib! As the installation day approached and issues started to arise, Helen was stressed. Fortunately, she had put systems in place, so even though things were not going as smooth as glass, she was still able to know what had to be done, when it had to be done and by whom. Helen quickly learned when she had these types of resources at her disposal, she could successfully keep things moving forward.
Today Helen happily works with overwhelmed small business owners and corporate leaders who want more time, more focus and more success. She shares many of the resources she used in her former Information Technology professional role to support them as they learn how to make better time choices.
Time management or time choice?
What would it feel like to make time choices, instead of feeling like you’re trying to manage the impossible? This is the topic we will focus on during Tick Tock: Turning Time Management into Time Choices. During this one-day in-person workshop we will be discussing tools and techniques to successfully combat:
- Procrastination – Learn how you can shake off that urge to put things off until later and get going to complete what needs to be done now.
- Unclear Priorities – Eliminate the feeling you’re constantly juggling competing priorities by pinpointing your top priorities with a simple question. Then creating the steps to successfully tackle those top tasks.
- Interruptions – Stop being persistently bother by other people, inside and outside of work. Identify the main culprits and create customized approaches to educate them on your availability.
- Distractions – Break your habit of going off on tangents when something needs to be done, by uncovering what these distractions really do for you and creating steps to minimize them.
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What do I get from attending this workshop?
At the end of this workshop, you will walk away with concrete action steps to make better time choices, giving you more time to do what you love to do. What will YOU do with all your new found FREE time?
When is this workshop?
The date for the next Tick Tock: Turning Time Management Into Time Choice workshop will be released soon! Please bookmark this page and visit it regularly to see the updates, or to be one of the first to know when this workshop is offered again, sign-up to be added to Helen’s Newsletter – click here to sign-up.
Where is this workshop being held?
We will be meeting at the Gestalt International Study Center. It is a beautiful location nestled in a wooded area right next to the Cape Cod Rail Trail. The address is: 1035 Cemetery Road, South Wellfleet. You can visit their website at: www.GISC.org. If you need a place to stay overnight, they have a great list of lodging options at: www.GISC.org/about/cape/
How do I register?
Registration for this workshop is currently closed. Please bookmark this page and visit it regularly to see the updates, or to be one of the first to know when this workshop is offered again, sign-up to be added to Helen’s Newsletter – click here to sign-up.
What if I have to cancel?
A complete refund is available up to 7-days before the start of the workshop. After that time, if you need to cancel, you will be given a credit towards a future event offered by Helen Kosinski.
Are there any BONUSES?
Yes! You’ll have to wait for registration to open to find out what they are!
Are there additional costs?
Lunch will be on your own. There is a refrigerator and microwave at the meeting facility, if you’d like to bring your lunch. A list of possible lunch spots will be provided on the day of the workshop.
If you would like to enjoy this special part of Cape Cod for more than one day and you want to extend your stay, the GISC website has an extensive list of lodging options. You can visit: www.GISC.org/about/cape/ for this information.
How do I find out more about Helen?
Helen is an ICF Certified Coach, an animal communicator and owner of Helen Kosinski. Briefly, she has:
- An M.B.A. from Boston University
- The Coach U Certified Graduate designation
- The Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential from the International Coach Federation (ICF)
- The Equine Guided Educator (CEGE) certification
- Completion of the Adventure & Retreat Training program.
Helen loves working with people who are interested in creating successful lives and having fun in the process.
If you’d like more information about Helen and her background, please click here.
Do you have a question? Click here to send Helen an email.