Seven pillars of freedom
The key aspects of life and performance coaching:
- Personal and Professional Freedom Fundamentals (Values & Goals)
- Master Your Habits
- Planning and Organising
- Professional Development Techniques
- Professional Systems in Business
- Emotional Management Tools
- Financial Freedom (Money Management Fundamentals & The Jar System)
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1. Personal and Professional Freedom Fundamentals (Values & Goals)
Performance goals enable employees to plan and organise their work in accordance with achieving predetermined results or outcomes. By setting and completing effective performance goals, employees are better able to:
- Develop job knowledge and skills that help them thrive in their work, take on additional responsibilities, or pursue their career aspirations;
- Support or advance the organisation’s vision, mission, values, principles, strategies, and goals;
- Collaborate with their colleagues with greater transparency and mutual understanding;
- Plan and implement successful projects and initiatives; and
- Remain resilient when roadblocks arise and learn from these setbacks.
Values are what we most want to stand for in life. They are how we want to be remembered and what we want to stand for in life. When we act in line with our values, we act authentically and in alignment with our deepest motivations and aspirations. Maybe (like me) you have spent much of your life pursuing meaningless goals before realising that life is a musical thing – and we are supposed to sing and dance whilst the music plays
Goals are powerful motivators. Humans are intrinsically goal-oriented and our minds like the feeling of purpose which goals offer. Yet goals can be set without us really examining why. Once set, their gravitational pull can pull us away from the things we truly value. Hence, for about ten years, I busied myself pursuing promotions which I did not really care about. Whilst pursuing, I felt busy and purposeful, but once achieved, I felt empty and sad. I worked so hard to climb the ladder, only to find the ladder leaning against the wrong wall.
2. Master Your Habits
The habits you repeat (or don’t repeat) every day largely determine your health, wealth, and happiness. Knowing how to change your habits means knowing how to confidently own and manage your days, focus on the behaviours that have the highest impact, and reverse-engineer the life you want.
Habits are the compound interest of self-improvement. We will show you how and where to invest in the biggest gains.
Master your habits:
- Break your bad habits. Identify the root causes of your bad habits and cut them off at the source.
- Make good habits stick. Get a simple plan to overhaul your habits and create habits that last.
- Stop procrastinating. Get proven methods that make it easier to get started and follow through on what you set out to do.
- Overcome failure and setbacks. Learn how to bounce back from adversity and get back on track quickly when you fall off the wagon.
- Harness motivation and follow through on your goals. Learn how to follow through on what you set out to do, whether you’re feeling motivated or not.
3. Planning and Organising
The ability to manage self and/or others, and resources, including time and surrounding circumstances to reach a specific goal. Effective Planning & Organisation are critical to business success. There are huge business benefits to be gained from taking the time to review, refine and refocus your current approach to business planning and organisation.
Our Planning and Organisation course is designed to help you and your team take a closer look at the way you approach your business. This training course will help you to identify ways in which you can plan and organise in a more structured and effective manner. This course will provide delegates with the knowledge, skill and techniques required to identify current challenges and take the kind of action which will significantly improve operational Effectiveness and drive business success.
Behavioural indicators include:
- Accurately estimate time and effort required to complete a task.
- Identify and organise systems and required resources.
- Organise personal time to carry out responsibilities.
- Maintain adequate preparation time for scheduled meetings/deadlines.
- Develop schedules and timetables with clear, specific milestones and deadlines.
- Establish how to measure results and milestones for self.
- Identify critical tasks.
- Arrange tasks in a logical order.
- Establish priorities systematically, differentiating between urgent, important, and unimportant tasks.
- Use a “to do” list, task plan, or similar planning devices to note action plans, deadlines, etc.
- Monitor & adjust priorities and/or eliminate tasks on an on-going basis
4. Efficiency and Effectiveness
Do you need to get more done in less time? Do you want to work intelligently in a busy environment? Do you find yourself easily being distracted? Then this one-day course is for you.
Personal Effectiveness means something entirely different for everyone based on your career, personal life, and goals. As a general rule, personal Effectiveness means to utilise all of your skills, talent, and energy to reach a goal or set of goals in your life. Many hope to improve their own personal Effectiveness but are unsure of where to start. Here are a few ways to maximise your personal effectiveness at work.
This course will give you
- An increased sense of control of your time
- The ability to better prioritise
- A toolbox to plan and create a better overview
- More joy in your work life
- Tips for saying no to interruptions and procrastination
- New and more satisfying work habits
- Be realistic – the difference between being “busy” and “productive.”
- Learn to prioritise and “eat the frog.”
- Learn the time management matrix
- How to plan ahead on a long term basis
- How to plan to get more done in less time
- Know how to manage your task and calendar in Outlook
- Take control of your inbox
- How to beat the most common time wasters
- Beating procrastination
- Develop your own plan of action.
The way we work:
Participants can expect to be inspired by a number of short presentations and to be involved during the day through discussions and small exercises.
5. Professional Techniques and Systems in Business
Whether you’re an entry-level employee or an experienced manager or director, professional development training courses will help strengthen your overall professional career and business by continuously upgrading and optimising your skills around several key areas. Plan to spend at least 50 per cent of your time engaged in the thoughts, activities and conversations that produce most of your results.
- Time control in business
- Tools for managers
- New management systems
6. Emotional Management Tools
Emotional intelligence is one part of the human psyche that we can develop and improve by learning and practising new skills. You can learn more about these skills:
- Change self-defeating moods and attitudes
- Quickly manage stress and anxiety
- Stay connected to what you feel as well as think
- Follow through on your hopes and dreams
7. Financial Freedom – Money Management Fundamentals & The Jar System
Personal money management skills include budgeting, the wise use of credit, managing debt, banking, and planning for the future. Learning to manage money well can increase your financial power by making your money work harder for you
Basic financial management skills are critical for both business and personal success. Learn ways to improve financial management. Money management tips can help families increase their financial stability and create a more stable home life. Topics covered include: Spending Plan Success, Curb the Urge to Splurge; Increase Credit Scores; Manage Debt Wisely.
The money jars system is an easy and simple way to manage your money. In the beginning, I resisted this system. Eventually, I gave in and began to see the financial rewards first hand. In my last post, I shared some of the benefits of using the JARS to manage money. In this post, I’ll cover my experience on how the jars work.
You see, if you don’t know where your money is, how can you possibly put it to work for you? For most people, they have no idea where their money goes each month, and then they wonder why they can’t get ahead.
The idea of the ‘Money Jars System’ is that you should divide all the money that comes into your life into six jars according to certain target percentages. And then re-arrange your spending habits so that you stick to those percentages.
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