Time For Your Life
How to manage your mind to manage your schedule
A structured, interactive, professional development workshop to optimize time management and eliminate procrastination. Learn how to reduce the constant feeling of overwhelm, create a schedule that revolves around your priorities, and apply a system to create the time and desire to get what you want to do done.
It's time for change.
Registration is now closed.
Registration Fee:$349 +HST Practicing Professionals & Faculty $149 +HST Trainees & LMIC Participants(for all 4 session dates)
📅 Course Dates & TimeAll sessions are from 7:30-9:00pm EST
Thursday, February 3rd, 2022Thursday, February 10th, 2022Thursday, February 17th, 2022Thursday, February 24th, 2022
💻 Delivered Virtually (Zoom)
This workshop will help catalyze change in your life.
Consider it a personal training program for your time management. We will use concepts from ancient wisdom and evidence from modern research. Through the workshop you will understand the cognitive, motivational, and operational factors that are critical to effective time management. There will be four live sessions, asynchronous work, and homework.
You will walk through a four-step process to understand and improve your time management skills:
This workshop will help if you are:
A busy professional who wants to be able to accomplish more.
Feeling stuck in a rut at your current productivity level.
Constantly feeling overwhelmed by everything you have to do.
A high performer but unsure of how to take your level of focus and productivity to the next level.
Struggling with a pattern of avoiding certain tasks and aren’t sure why.
Drowning in emails and to-do lists.
A chronic procrastinator who approaches their life with resignation.
Unsure why you procrastinate on certain tasks.
Ready to get your calendar, your mind, and your life under control.
Feedback from Previous Workshop Participants:
“This class completely transformed how I look at email, my calendar, creating tasks, and so much more! I still have work to do regarding myself worth and imposter syndrome but feel really happy to have acknowledged many of these feelings and am now on the right track to success.”
“I thoroughly enjoyed this course and have been pleased to see my productivity and mental stress improve in the last few weeks.”
“This course was truly transformational, and I greatly appreciated the early focus on underlying reasons for procrastination. While always a work in progress, I feel that my time management skills are improving towards a level that will prepare me for success in the demanding world of clinical medicine.”
Dr. Shenvi (@clshenvi) is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. She serves as the Associate Program Director for the EM residency program. She also serves as Director of the UNC Office of Academic Excellence for the School of Medicine, coordinating coaching and academic support programs for the students. She runs the Geriatric EM podcast, GEMCAST, and has spoken on other podcasts such as EM:RAP, ERCast, and Stimulus. Dr. Shenvi has received multiple teaching awards including the the 2015 UNC Academy of Educators teaching award, 2017 CORD national faculty teaching award, the 2019 ACEP national junior faculty teaching award, and the 2020 UNC Academy of Educators GME teaching award. She co-directs the national ACEP Teaching Fellowship and has a passion for teaching, learning, deliberate practice, and innovative pedagogy. She is particularly interested in helping individuals optimize their performance through time management using cognitive, motivational, and organizational strategies.