Hello and welcome to the graduate resources of the NewHabits programmes.
If this is your first time visiting this page, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the resources you find here, and to start to devise a training programme for yourself to help learn and retain the new concepts included in this program, and its sister, MyTimeDesign.
You may have taken NewHabits Foundations (1 day) or the combined 2 day class – NewHabits Foundations + Advanced. If you aren’t receiving updates from me about the NewHabits programs, then enter your contact information here and click on “Keep Me in the Loop.”
Here are the top 10 ways in which you can continue your learning and exposure to the ideas you learned in class.
1. Sign up for the Early Notification List for MyTimeDesign 1.0.Free
You’ll be notified ahead of the world when this free, do-it-yourself programme is made available to the public. Registration is always limited, so getting an early advisory can make the difference between attending and missing the window of opportunity. You can sign up for the list at the bottom of this page, below this post. When you sign-up, you’ll be offered a one-time opportunity to upgrade to MyTimeDesign 1.0.Plus+, which includes access to training in all 11 fundamentals, plus specialized habit management.
2. Consider Taking MyTimeDesign 2.0.Professional
This programme is tailor-made for the individual professional who is time-pressed and needs to master the materials in as fast a time as possible, flattening the learning curve. I have included all the shortcuts I can think of, including my own persona coaching. It’s perfect for an executive who needs the results, but can’t imagine sitting in a one day programme. It includes a small custom-made community and a challenging, intense curriculum that transforms those who participate, making it an unforgettable training experience. Look under the “Programs” tab for details (under development.)
3. Get Reminders
The easiest way to get periodic links and posts with the latest research that I have done, is to download the Special Report at the 2Time Labs website: http://2time-sys.com. You’ll get an email message every 10 days or so with my latest posts from 2Time Labs on a Time Management 2.0 topic. Also, sign up for my Twitter feed – @fwade – it’s devoted to time management topics only.
4. (Re) Take NewHabits
The reviewer discount of 50% will put you right back into the swing of things, but now a lot of what you learned the first time around will make a more sense. After you have worked on your habits for a while, you’ll understand why I say that learning the 2Time concepts is only about 5-10% of the journey towards peace of mind. Depending on when you took the program, you’ll find that there have been LOTS of changes.
Also, if you have taken only the one day programme (NewHabits Foundations,) I invite you to take the second day: NewHabits Advanced. It focuses in part on the Advanced Fundamentals, but most importantly we set up an absolutely fool-proof structure for achieving your habit changes over time. Each person’s needs are different, so these classes are small so that you get the individual attention you need.
5. Train Others
If you took NewHabits and decided that you would love the opportunity to teach others, let me know, and I’ll add you to the growing list of those who are planning to help others upgrade their time management skills. You can be trained as a coach who takes others through the fundamentals, and a baseline time management profile that shows areas for immediate and longer term improvement. In adult learning, one of the key principles is that a great way to learn something is to teach it to someone else.
6. Read the Research Blog
Spend some time reading the 500+ entries on the 2Time Labs website: http://2time-sys.com. Browse by topic, keyword or Category and you’ll find that I have written a lot more than I could ever present in a 1 or 2 day training.
7. Join Online Discussions
There are ongoing discussions of class content on Facebook and LinkedIn. Don’t miss an opportunity to jump in and talk over your experience and what you have learned on these discussion forums. You can also direct questions to me at my Time Management Questions Page on Facebook.
8. Learn using Multimedia
Click on the audio and video tabs on the 2Time website to access the hours of recordings I have completed related to time management 2.0. Also, in MyTimeDesign 1.0.Plus+, you can tune in to actual NewHabits class presentations as if you were still learning the materials for the first time. Some of you may recognize the training you were in!
9. Set up a Habit Changing Game
I am working with a handful of NewHabits graduates who are serious about their commitment to upgrading their habits. I coach them to achieve their goals, and am moving towards the use of financial incentives to keep them on track. This isn’t for everyone, to say the least, but if you thrive on a challenge, contact me.
10. Read the “New Time Management”
Learn why you can’t grab tips from here and there and expect to use them to do a proper upgrade to your time management system, or your personal productivity. This ebook also summarizes the 7 fundamentals in an easy-to-read-and share format: ChangeThis.com – The New Time Management.
As you can see, there are lots of ways to continue moving yourself forward from your current belt to wherever you want to be in life. If there’s any way I can help you continue your learning, please let me know.