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Health & wellness, General, Mental health

Time management: The science of prioritizing - Online

Part two of a two part series

Thursday, February 23, 2023
3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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Thursday, February 16, 2023


This event is free


Zen Dens



Social media, emails, work, school, family, friends… it's easy to feel pulled in a million different directions. In this session, we'll explore how to better manage our time and attention in the face of constant demands. You'll learn about the most powerful and effective time management strategy, one that is backed by close to 60 years of scientific research.

You'll also learn about simple tools that will help you implement this strategy in your own life. We'll also cover the science of prioritizing. So, if you're ready to learn about the latest research on time management and attention, as well as some simple, yet powerful tools to help you take control of your time, then sign up for this workshop today!

Learning objectives: 

  • Understand a simple framework that will help you figure out what's most important to you and how to focus on the things that matter most 
  • Explore digital self-defence strategies to protect wellbeing and mental health, including the most effective ways to deal with information overload, social media addiction, and tech burnout 
  • Adopt the tools you need to take control of your time, focus on what's important to you, and manage your attention in a way that supports your wellbeing.

Facilitator: Dr. Brad Aeon, time management researcher & expert

This event is part of:

Wellness week: Looking inwards

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