10 Time Management Axioms For The Dedicated Medical Practice Manager

At the end of last year I went to a leadership conference. Among the session, there was one on time management. This, of course is an area that many of us struggle with.

Show of hands, how many of you have uttered these words? there just isn’t enough time in the day.

That is what I thought!

I’ve had to think a lot about time management in recent years due to life circumstances. Life has gotten more hectic with a growing practice, and growing kids. So I was eager to hear what Craig Groeschel had to say.

Craig is the head of a large organization. He is behind one of the most downloaded smartphone app of all time; he writes books, is a well known speaker, and as if that wasn’t enough, he’s a father to 6 children.

I think he may have a thing or two to say about how to manage time.

So what did Craig say? Well, lucky for you, I wrote notes. But instead of writing them here on the blog, I created a pretty slide show that highlights Craig’s main lessons from his time management session.

Of course, it isn’t going to be the same without Craig’s insight, context, and gifted speaking ability. But at least you will get enough to incite a few thoughts and tailor your own approach towards time management.

Hope you enjoy the axioms and the slide show. (By the way, I’m aware of the typo on the last slide. I’ll fix it soon.)

If you are interested in learning about the leadership conference I referenced, check out this link to learn more about it.

2 thoughts on “10 Time Management Axioms For The Dedicated Medical Practice Manager”

  1. Have you read and are you following the advice given in the Dave Ramsey book Entreleadership? I am just curious because I listen to your podcast with Chip regularly and read your blog posts which all seem to follow and therefore also recommend a lot of the same advice given in this book.

    1. I’m familiar with Dave Ramsey’s book… I must admit I haven’t read it entirely. I mostly skimmed it. However, I have attended his Financial Peace University program, and from time to time listen to his radio show. Dave was actually a guest speaker at my church last week. So I’m well acquainted with Dave’s teachings and principles.

      I’m sure some of his teaching has rubbed off, but I also tend to listen to a lot of prominent leaders’ podcast and read their books. So I’d like to think my business philosophies are a byproduct of multiple influencers.

      Thanks for taking the time and leaving a comment. Glad to hear you are a faithful podcast listener and blog reader. Thanks.

      B

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