“I Got No Time”
by Simon Ng
Why You Should Attend This Course
Have you been telling others, including yourself, that “I got no time”. Have you felt lost with what you are doing or what you want to do?
This course offers a clear view your passions and talents, and how to manage time to achieve golas. Learn how to increase productivity with practical time management skills, and how you can handle changes to reach the success that you want in the shortest time.
- Able to identify passions and talents, and thereby matching it
- Understand what is time
- Uses of three practical time management methods
- Understand changes and apply changes
If you need more time, make every minute count, be happy with what you are doing and want to get more success in limited time, then this is the course for you.
Passions and Talents
- Understand your passions
- Understand your talents
- Matching your passions with talents
- Understand that time is limited
- ‘Eat the frog’ theory
- ‘Pickle jar’ theory
- ‘One year in time’ theory
- Setting time frame and commitment time for your goal
- Takeaway for time management
- Understand what is adaptive change
- Understand what is technical change
- How to manage change
Simon Ng holds a master’s degree in Business Administration and Marketing. He has also completed the Executive Management Programme by SUSS and Advanced Certification in Learning Performance.
A serial entrepreneur and an award-winning chef running a successful restaurant, Simon Ng is also a former National Sports Coach and IT Forensic Expert who testified in the International Criminal Court.
As a trained professional in the art of time management and having conducted time management classes over the last 10 years, Simon continues to upgrade and continually attends numerous courses. He is an active member in multiple associations and grassroots organizations. Everyone who knows him think he’s got more than 24 hours. As father of 6 children, Simon sees effective time management as a critical skill to overcome his day-to-day challenges.
21 Oct 2021
02 Dec 2021
The class offers in-class or virtual learning
Class size: 8 to 16 pax
Time: 9 am – 5 pm