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Time Management for Creative People 3 – Ring-Fence Your Most Creative Time

Time management with a dash of hypnosis – Ring-Fence Your Most Creative Time is the next post in my guest series on Time Management for Creative People at Business of Design Online. This one incorporates some of the principles and techniques I learned from my original professional training, as a hypnotherapist.

Ring-Fence Your Most Creative Time

It offers some (ahem) suggestions on how you can find and maintain your creative focus in the midst of all the demands of a hectic schedule.

If you find you can only do your best creative work in hotel rooms or with the smell of rotten apples wafting into your nostrils, fear not – you’re in good company. Head over to Business of Design Online to find out why.

EDIT: If you prefer watching video to reading, here’s a time management training interview in which I explain some of the key concepts from this series.

Would you like your team to be more creative and productive?

If your team could do with some help getting creative work done in the midst of the demands and distractions of the 21st-century workplace, ask me about running my popular time management training workshop Time Management for Creative People for your organisation.

Table of contents for Time Management for Creative People

  1. Time Management for Creative People – Manage the Mundane, Create the Extraordinary
  2. Time Management for Creative People 2 – Prioritise Work That Is ‘Important But Not Urgent’
  3. Time Management for Creative People 3 – Ring-Fence Your Most Creative Time

Comments

  1. I’m a Creative Director and have found that the best way to manage my time and efforts is to keep a good overall view of my projects. I created a personal Paper Assistant to help me keep an eye on my work flow and capture my ideas when I have them.

    This has really helped me.

  2. Thanks Brad, yes I agree it’s important to keep an eye on the ‘big picture’ of projects – and devote time to moving them forward – as well as dealing with the day-to-day tasks. Thanks for the link.

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