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    1 : Time and Stress Management CS7001 Workshop Idris Hsi November 15, 1999
    2 : Time Management Step 1 - List Your Tasks. Step 2 - Fill In Schedule Step 3 - Stop When Day/Week Is Full Step 4 - If Tasks Remain, Remove Time From Nonessential Tasks (i.e., Sleeping, Eating), Go To Step 2.
    3 : Stress Management Happy Hour - Friday at 6!
    4 : In Conclusion You All Know How To Manage Your Time and Stress. But wait…… Are there less masochistic ways to use time? And what is this stress thing anyhow?
    5 : Goals of this Workshop Examine Different Ways of Viewing Time Review Some Heuristics For Using Time Dealing with Stress (And Dangers of Long Term Stress) Grad School Survival Guidelines
    6 : Task not Time Management Time - Constant or Variable? Managing Time a Problem of Estimation Difficult to Estimate Variable Tasks Difficult to Account For Sources of Noise Better to Manage Around Tasks
    7 : Covey’s Time (Task) Management Matrix©
    8 : Heuristics for Organizing Tasks Priority Order Task Duration Category Order Traveling Salesman
    9 : Using Small Bits Optimize for Large Chunks Small Bits are Unavoidable (5, 10, 15 min) Making Them Useful Planning (At least 10 minutes a day) Cleaning / Organization Chores Communication - Email, Phone Call Creativity / Brainstorming Small Tasks
    10 : The Art of Procrastination Art of Delaying the Inevitable Where can you lose time? Worrying about finishing on time. Worrying about the final outcome. Distractions. Doing “unimportant” things first.
    11 : The Zen of Time Usage “When You Wash The Dishes, Wash the Dishes.”
    12 : The Principle Of Immersion “All Tasks Require A Period of Immersion in Direct Proportion to Their Difficulty.” DeMarco and Lister Peopleware, (1987) Context Shifts in Work Interruptions require 15 minutes of reorientation. Important to Consolidate by Context
    13 : Some Days Are Impossible In spite of best efforts - It’s still impossible to get everything done. Partly the Environment or too many commitments. This can lead to stress.
    14 : What is Stress? In the Good Old Days on the Serengeti…. Flight or Fight Mechanisms (Adrenaline) Problems with Modern Life Survival Still Threatened
    15 : Manifestations of Stress Sources Personal Pressure to Succeed Financial Problems Relationship Problems Holidays Manifestations Increased Heart Rate, Sleeplessness, Anxiety, Variable Appetite
    16 : Long Term Stress Being in Panic Mode all the time Learned Helplessness Can lead to numerous health problems Can lead to Burnout
    17 : Managing Stress Redirect it into your work. Exercise. Keep a Regular Schedule (Eating, Sleeping, etc.) Eliminate or Reduce the Sources of Stress Most things aren’t THAT important. Seek help / advice from others.
    18 : Active Inactivity “Music is the Space Between Notes” - Claude Debussy Creating Empty Spaces in Life is Essential.
    19 : Artifacts for Staying on Track 10 Minutes a day for planning. Flexible Scheduling Automated Schedulers - Netscape Calendar, Microsoft Schedule, Outlook, Palm Pilot Pad of Paper - Running to-do list, place for unloading. A Watch
    20 : Developing The Habit Takes Discipline and Practice to Have Good Time Management Skills Develop Skills Incrementally Start by developing a realistic schedule Build in reward system for finishing things Over time, it’ll become second nature.
    21 : The Big Picture Important to know when you’ve done all that you can. Don’t schedule more than is humanly possible. Don’t stress about things that you can’t control. Keep the long term goals in mind. (The PhD)

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