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What is a Time Demand?
Francis Wade
1
Do You Have a
Lot of Stuff To Do
Coming At You
Each Day?
Vacations to take
Email messages
Phone calls
Tweets
Facebook upda...
Do You Expect It
to Stop? Ever?
Vacations to take
Email messages
Phone calls
Tweets
Facebook updates
Voicemail
Text messag...
Many People Are Resigned… to a
Permanent State of Overwhelm
4
Unfortunately… Getting Out of
Overwhelm Isn’t Easy
5
It Has Many Causes
and They Are Complex
6
In Other Words…
Forget About Finding a List of
5 Simple Tips or Tricks that
Will Solve Everything
7
Why Does This Complexity Exist?
Where Did It Come From?
How Can It Be Banished?
8
No-One Knows.
All We Know Is That
In Order To Handle Stuff, We Put in
Place Complex Habits
9
Too Complex to Be Banished in a
Single Slide Presentation
10
Different Question:
How Can Complexity Be Reduced
So That Something New Can
Emerge?
11
Here’s a Start
12
Consider… It’s Not Just “Stuff”
13
Instead, Underneath All That Stuff
is Something Called
a “Time Demand”
14
A “Time Demand” is an Individual
Commitment to Complete an Action
in the Future
15
A What?
16
Individual Commitment – In
Response to a Trigger, Your Mind
Responds by Making a Personal
Promise…
17
Complete an Action– a Promise
That Requires Future Time, in
which You’ll Undertake a Specific
Task
18
So What?
19
What We Call “Stuff” is a
Mixed-Up Blend of Triggers and
Time Demands
Stuff = Triggers + Time Demands
20
Triggers: Specific Events that
Prompt the Instantaneous Creation
of New Time Demands
21
Such As: Getting a Bill in the Mail,
Listening to a Podcast Filled with
Ideas, Attending a Meeting with our
Manager
22
When We Unravel “Stuff,”
We Start to See the World
Differently…
23
Some Facts About Time Demands
24
Time Demands Are
Created by You and I.
We Are Responsible for Each and
Every One.
But, Triggers Occur Naturally and
Can’t ...
Time Demands are Discrete and
Finite in Number. They can be
Counted
26
Time Demands are Inescapable
27
Each Day, We Use Tools to Track
Time Demands: Personal Memory,
a To-Do list or a Schedule
28
We Hate It When Time Demands
Slip Through the Cracks
29
We Feel Anxious When We Believe
that We Might Fail to Complete
Important Time Demands
30
We Often Set Up Capture Points to
Collect Potential Time Demands
When We’re Not Available: a
Mailbox, Email Inbox, Voicema...
We Like to Complete Time
Demands. Doing So Brings a
Sense of Satisfaction
32
Incomplete Complete Time
Demands Prey On Our Minds
According to Researcher
M. Ziegarnik
33
Incomplete Complete Time
Demands Stop Preying On Our
Minds When We Store Them
Safely, According to Researchers
Masicampo a...
In the Moment Time Demands are
Created, We Often Tag Them –
Mentally or Otherwise
35
Potential Tags:
Start Time, Deadline, Duration,
Urgency, Importance, Resources or
Participants Required, Location /
Contex...
While We Can’t Manage Time, We
Do Manage
Time Demands All Day Long
37
Sometimes in Life, the Number of
Time Demands We Must Manage
Overwhelms Our System
38
And We Need an Upgrade
39
But That’s Another Topic for
Another Day!
40
Thank You
Much more on time demands
http://www.2time-sys.com/big-ideas-time-demands/
41
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What is a Time Demand? Big Ideas from Time Management 2.0

What is a time demand and why is it important to understand and use the concept?
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What is a Time Demand? Big Ideas from Time Management 2.0

  1. 1. What is a Time Demand? Francis Wade 1
  2. 2. Do You Have a Lot of Stuff To Do Coming At You Each Day? Vacations to take Email messages Phone calls Tweets Facebook updates Voicemail Text messages Instant messages RSS feeds Linkedin messages Written notes to process Feedback on prior work Time to rest Replies to requests Kids’ activities Newspapers to be read Websites to browse Meeting requests New projects Documents to be read Calls to return Files to be put away Photographs to sort Books to read Channels to visit Calls to make Chores 2
  3. 3. Do You Expect It to Stop? Ever? Vacations to take Email messages Phone calls Tweets Facebook updates Voicemail Text messages Instant messages RSS feeds Linkedin messages Written notes to process Feedback on prior work Time to rest Replies to requests Kids’ activities Newspapers to be read Websites to browse Meeting requests New projects Documents to be read Calls to return Files to be put away Photographs to sort Books to read Channels to visit Calls to make Chores 3
  4. 4. Many People Are Resigned… to a Permanent State of Overwhelm 4
  5. 5. Unfortunately… Getting Out of Overwhelm Isn’t Easy 5
  6. 6. It Has Many Causes and They Are Complex 6
  7. 7. In Other Words… Forget About Finding a List of 5 Simple Tips or Tricks that Will Solve Everything 7
  8. 8. Why Does This Complexity Exist? Where Did It Come From? How Can It Be Banished? 8
  9. 9. No-One Knows. All We Know Is That In Order To Handle Stuff, We Put in Place Complex Habits 9
  10. 10. Too Complex to Be Banished in a Single Slide Presentation 10
  11. 11. Different Question: How Can Complexity Be Reduced So That Something New Can Emerge? 11
  12. 12. Here’s a Start 12
  13. 13. Consider… It’s Not Just “Stuff” 13
  14. 14. Instead, Underneath All That Stuff is Something Called a “Time Demand” 14
  15. 15. A “Time Demand” is an Individual Commitment to Complete an Action in the Future 15
  16. 16. A What? 16
  17. 17. Individual Commitment – In Response to a Trigger, Your Mind Responds by Making a Personal Promise… 17
  18. 18. Complete an Action– a Promise That Requires Future Time, in which You’ll Undertake a Specific Task 18
  19. 19. So What? 19
  20. 20. What We Call “Stuff” is a Mixed-Up Blend of Triggers and Time Demands Stuff = Triggers + Time Demands 20
  21. 21. Triggers: Specific Events that Prompt the Instantaneous Creation of New Time Demands 21
  22. 22. Such As: Getting a Bill in the Mail, Listening to a Podcast Filled with Ideas, Attending a Meeting with our Manager 22
  23. 23. When We Unravel “Stuff,” We Start to See the World Differently… 23
  24. 24. Some Facts About Time Demands 24
  25. 25. Time Demands Are Created by You and I. We Are Responsible for Each and Every One. But, Triggers Occur Naturally and Can’t Be Stopped. 25
  26. 26. Time Demands are Discrete and Finite in Number. They can be Counted 26
  27. 27. Time Demands are Inescapable 27
  28. 28. Each Day, We Use Tools to Track Time Demands: Personal Memory, a To-Do list or a Schedule 28
  29. 29. We Hate It When Time Demands Slip Through the Cracks 29
  30. 30. We Feel Anxious When We Believe that We Might Fail to Complete Important Time Demands 30
  31. 31. We Often Set Up Capture Points to Collect Potential Time Demands When We’re Not Available: a Mailbox, Email Inbox, Voicemail 31
  32. 32. We Like to Complete Time Demands. Doing So Brings a Sense of Satisfaction 32
  33. 33. Incomplete Complete Time Demands Prey On Our Minds According to Researcher M. Ziegarnik 33
  34. 34. Incomplete Complete Time Demands Stop Preying On Our Minds When We Store Them Safely, According to Researchers Masicampo and Baumeister 34
  35. 35. In the Moment Time Demands are Created, We Often Tag Them – Mentally or Otherwise 35
  36. 36. Potential Tags: Start Time, Deadline, Duration, Urgency, Importance, Resources or Participants Required, Location / Context, Emotional Payoff, plus more. 36
  37. 37. While We Can’t Manage Time, We Do Manage Time Demands All Day Long 37
  38. 38. Sometimes in Life, the Number of Time Demands We Must Manage Overwhelms Our System 38
  39. 39. And We Need an Upgrade 39
  40. 40. But That’s Another Topic for Another Day! 40
  41. 41. Thank You Much more on time demands http://www.2time-sys.com/big-ideas-time-demands/ 41

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