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We all have more to do then we have minutes in the day. Learn five power strategies to help you take charge of the 1440 minutes you get everyday. \nThese strategies are found in the book Give Me a Break by Hugh Culver.

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Take Chargeof your

1440

Hugh Culver

slide2

You’vehad

E N O U G H

slide3

Everydayyouhave

MORE TO DO

andlesstime.

slide4

New projects

keep coming,

but…

Photo credit: Flickr Lars Ploughmann

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Your To-Dolistis

already too long.

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Your kidsneed

money

for drums,

clothes,

braces,

laptop,

a car...

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Your car

is making a noise,

the house needs

painting, and

it feels like years

since you went to

the gym.

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Welcome

to the

Age of Distraction

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Here’s

the problem

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28%

of your day is

spent on email

McKinsey Global

Photo credit: Flickr RaHuL Rodriguez

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60%

of people check email

on vacation

(59% from the bathroom).

AOL

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30%

of people describe

most

days

as

stressful

Statistics Canada

slide13

51%

of people admit social

media at work hurts

productivity

(but do nothing about it)

Kelly Services

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Teaverage person

uses 13 different methods

to manage their time.

And still forgets stuff

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And weare

distracted…

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3,000

people are killed

every year by

distracted drivers.

US Department of Transportation

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33%

of people use their

smartphone during

dinner.

Harris Interactive

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Youareinterrupted

about 7 times per hour

on average for 5 minutes

that's 50% of your day.

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pedestrians a day are

hit while talking on

their mobile phone.

3

Accident Analysis & Prevention

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Andhere’stheclincher.

Only 2 minutes a day

are spent in meaningful

communication with a

spouse or "significant other".

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Te Ageof Distraction

is a good news,

bad news story…

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Tegoodnews

is now you can be

in touch with

friends, family,

and work

24/7.

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Te badnews...

(you guessed it)

now you can be in

touch with friends,

family, and work

24/7.

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Surviving the Ageof

Distraction takes more than

a cool new app that tracks

the calories you eat.

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Youneedtoown

the 1440 minutes

in your day

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Hereishow todoit:

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#1 Take CONTROL.

You are not “always overwhelmed”, “a

procrastinator”, or “usually late”. You

are whatever you want to be.

Starting right now.

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#2 CREATE GOALS.

It’s not sexy, but goals work. Start with

simple goals for work, family, health,

and life and

watch the change happen.

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#3 build SUCCESS SYSTEMS.

Save effort, stress, and time with

systems for managing your email, day

timer, calendar, reminders, and

appointments and

spend more time on what matters.

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#4 BUILD HERO HABITS.

Don’t leave life to chance. Create hero habits

for your morning routine, diet, exercise,

planning, snacking, reading, commuting, and

going to bed.

Hero habits are your friends

(take them everywhere).

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#5 ENJOY GETTING BETTER.

Notice any and all small improvements you

create and then create more. You showed up

early for the meeting, stood up and took a

break, exercised before work, avoided multi-

tasking, and went to bed on time. Great!

celebrate and do it again.

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The Age of Distraction is a

test. It’s testing you to

take charge.

Photo credit: Flickr-niXerKG

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Are you ready to

OWN your 1440?

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Learn more about taking

charge of your 1440 at

www.hughculver.com/1440

Hugh Culver