Get better at Time Management at work.

Boost your productivity at work with those easy to follow concepts, including a 360 view of what needs to be done.

What you will learn

Master those 9 golden rules of Time Management for quick results

Discover the 5 areas you need to address to boost your productivity

Learn an in-depth look on how to improve to get on top of your Time Management

Support yourself with the best way to say “NO” to more work

Discover 5 things to try when you have work you just simply can’t enjoy doing

Try those tips to beat procrastination

Review if perfectionism is working for you and if not, try some ideas to beat it.

Discover how Time Management and Stress are related and how to stop the process

Follow some handy tips to make your habits work for you

Learn what is Pomodoro is the best way to use it

Review the 90 mn system

Ask yourself some questions to check if your thoughts are working for you to master Time Management

Review how the 5 second rule can help

Learn from some top experts in their areas.


WHY THIS COURSE on Productivity and Time Management?

Are you here because you feel you are always behind with your work and that makes you feel stressed?

Well congratulations for wanting to do something about it, as opposed to waiting for things to change.

This course will allow you to not only get back on top of your To-do list, but also will ensure you never get overwhelmed by your workload, which is really the main goal: You managing your to-do list and not Your list managing you.

This course will also show you how to be more efficient and get noticed at work and maybe ask for that overdue promotion.


My name is Ben Moreau and I have been a Manager and coach for 20 year (IBM, HP, Major banks, Government agencies…).

This course is based on my personal experience as a Manager, but also as someone working on heavy workloads for demanding managers. Actually worked on 7 projects at once.

And this course is also based on my research on Time Management from the top experts in the field.


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  • I begin with by providing you with 9 of the best time management rules that you can apply right now away.
  • Once done we take a step back and review how we can improve our Time Management for the long term from different perspectives to maximise our chances of success:
  • At this point I review the 5 areas we need to master in order to become more efficient at Time Management
  • Working on ourselves
  • What to do with our current tasks (Time Management System)
  • What to do with our potential new tasks
  • How to work with our Environment
  • How to work with others

While we do this we have look at what goes in the way of being effective at Time Management:

  • Perfectionism
  • Procrastination
  • Stress Management
  • Habits
  • How to deal with tasks we don’t enjoy
  • What to do when we REALLY have too much on.
  • How to say no
  • How to negotiate a lower workload
  • ….

This course includes some insights from some of the top experts:

  • Mel Robbins
  • Brian Tracy
  • James Clear
  • David Burns
  • Albert Ellis
  • Ken Blanchard
  • Cialdini
  • David O’Hare

    Including some book recommendations if that can help.

We review some of the best techniques and processes I really believe can massively help with your Time Management:

  • Pomodoro
  • the 90mn system
  • The Eisenhower matrix (revised)
  • CBT
  • REBT
  • The 5 Sec rule
  • Kaizen
  • Habits
  • Reframing

And I provide a suggested end to end Time Management System that you could start using straight away.


This course is targeted to anyone wanting to become more efficient with their work.

But most of the techniques can also be applied outside of work.

That’s it for me, I hope you can join us 🙂




Repeat of Marketing video
3 things to know before getting started with the course

The 9 rules of Time Management

Rule # 1
Rule # 2
Rule # 3
Rule #4
Rule # 5
Rule # 6
Rule # 7
Rule # 8
Rule # 9

Time Management as a whole: the 5 areas to improve

Can you tell who has the heaviest workload?
What can cause you being busy or late?
The bigger picture: The 5 areas we need to work on to master Time Management

Area 1: Improving yourself to work faster, more efficiently and beat the Stress.

Introduction to the “YOU” part of Time Management
You are central to your success with Time Management
Fear and Time Management
The vicious circle of Stress
What keeps us stuck in Stress Management
The origin of your Stress in Time Management
You need to know this about Stress and Time Management
Is your Life Balance helping you?
Some quick and long term fixes for Stress
Try also this for Stress
Perfectionism – Introduction, impact on quality and first solutions
Perfectionism the artist point of view
Perfectionism vs measurable quality
Perfectionism: Short term and Long term solutions
Introducing REBT
Introducing CBT
CBT Diagram
10 distorted way of thinking and how they apply to Time Management
CBT Examples: How to use it to improve
Procrastination: Introduction and main reasons
Procrastination: try this to tackle it (part 1)
Procrastination: try this to tackle it (part 2)
The 2 minute motivation tool
The 5 second rule to your rescue
Changing our habits to improve drastically our time Management – Try this
Two other habit changes to try to master your Time Management
(Optional) How I apply those habits tips

Area 2&3 :Improving the context of Time Management: Your environment and others

First step is to raise your awareness
Meetings and emails
Tip from the One minute Manager to save you time
Your environment might be what puts you behind
Ask yourself those questions about your environment
Improve your environment: Try this

Area 4&5: Time Management systems

Issues with time Management systems
the Eisenhower matrix: Pros and cons
Suggested (drastic) change to the Eisenhower matrix
The Pomodoro system
Suggested change to the Pomodoro system
The 90mn system
Brian Tracy

Area 4&5: A suggested Time Management System

Philosophy and principles of my System
Prioritisation: Overview
Prioritisation: 1 – Define your goals
Prioritisation: 2 – Define and estimate your tasks
Prioritisation: 3 – Check dependencies
Prioritisation: 4 – Allocate a category to each task
Prioritisation: Summary and visualisation
Scheduling and Summary

What to do when you do not enjoy the tasks in front of you

Try this: Reframing part 1
Try this: Reframing part 2
Reframing Examples
Improve Efficiency on that task
Avoidance can be good for you.
Kaizen: example
Kaizen at work
Pomodoro in action

When you are really really REALLY too busy

Stop blaming and start acting
Learning how to say NO to more work (1/2) + Cialdini experiment
Learning how to say NO to more work (2/2)
Feeling comfortable with pushing back
Try this when EVERYTHING else fails



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Bonus video

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