Gloria-Jean Brown's Newsletter
Time Management Tips for You

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Newsletter Schedule
Project Management/Pt 2
Newsletter Archive
Control (continued)
Organization Style
Parting Quote
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17 February 2015


GJ at Tng 

2015 - Let's Get In Position To Succeed!! 
New Schedule Announcement

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Project Management - Part 2
Project Management (continued).

Before you start any project, you need to determine: 
     1.  How long you have 
     2.  How much you can spend 
     3.  What you want to achieve to meet your project  

Detail the steps that you want and need, {also for the others assisting you}, that are within your time and cost constraints.

Document your steps.

Proper planning will keep you on track to success.

If you do not take time to do it right the first time; when will you have the time to do it over?

Stay focused and adjust timeline as needed. 

 Newsletter Archive

Please visit and click on the Newsletter Archives Tab for older issues.
Control (continued)
 Do what works for YOU - no one else.

Evaluate when you are at your best and most effective.  Purpose to work in that mode as much as you can. 

Once you know how/when you are most effective, communicate that to those you work and live with.

Be as true to yourself as you can.  When you can not  - determine why you allow the compromise!!

Assumptions cause events to go astray.  Maintain control - ask questions.
  Organizing  For Your Brain Type - Lanna Nakone, MA
There is a 'style' we each have.  Take time to do your research on these styles.

PRIORITIZING Style:  Skillful at analyzing data; prefers to delegate organizing.

MAINTAINING Style:  Follows routine and makes use of traditional organizing methods.

INNOVATING Style:  Artistic, creative; you have a unique system.

HARMONIZING Style:  Interconnected with family - coworkers.  Strives for peaceful environment.

Determining your organizing style can help turn managing your environment into an enjoyable experience.  Working/Living from a position of strength.
Parting QUOTE 

HAROLD TAYLOR said "Greatest productivity gains are made not by doing more work BUT, by eliminating unnecessary work."
Author of "Live A Joy-Filled Life DAILY - GJ's Simple Guide On How To Be Efficient". 


I am a John Wiley & Sons Authorized Partner; Member of CoachVille;  Member of International Association of Coaches [IAC]; Lifetime Member of Sisters4Sisters Network, Inc.; Founding Member of Women Empowered To Achieve The impossible (WETATi), serving as Director of Administration, Communication and Education; Member of dc Coaching Consultants, LLC; Member of NAPW and Member of NAFE.  Member of Association of Black Entrepreneurs.  Time Management Expert for the Smart Business Contracting Institute (SBCI).  Programs Director for Global Institute for Empowered Women Entrepreneurs (GIEWE).


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Gloria-Jean Brown