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"Time Management and Holding Yourself Accountable" [Creator's Block Ep. 87]

"Time Management and Holding Yourself Accountable" [Creator's Block Ep. 87] Blog Feature

Justine Timoteo Thomas

Director of Training, Host of Creator's Block Podcast, 10+ Years of Project Management Experience

September 25th, 2018 min read

In a previous episode, we discussed some of our favorite (and not so favorite) productivity hacks, but one thing we didn't expound on is why being productive and time management is so important.

Of course, the obvious answer is to be able to accomplish your week's tasks, but it can actually run much deeper and affect more than just yourself.

Are you managing your time effectively enough for your team's and client's success? What happens if your management falls short?

To help us dive into the topic, we asked Karisa Egan -- an IMPACT Account Executive with crazy good time management skills -- to join us this week.

Here are her initial thoughts on the topic in her own words:

"Organization is a skill set that can really be a struggle for some people. For me, it comes naturally, which can be a good thing, but also lead to some obsessive tendencies.

I use a variety of tactics to make sure I’m not letting myself or my team down and on the weeks that my organization falls are my most stressful weeks.

Time management is a challenge that’s unique to everyone and there are a million tips and tricks that we could share, some have even already been shared in this podcast, to make sure you’re using your time effectively, but what we wanted to focus on today is how to make sure you’re holding yourself accountable when it comes to your time management."

Join Marcella, Karisa, and I discuss the importance of time management and holding yourself accountable in this week's episode!

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What We Talked About

  • Organizing Your Week/Day
  • Not Being a Bottleneck
  • Learning to Say No
  • Taking Ownership



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