Work-Life Matrixis a tried and tested phenomenon to improvise productivity. The trainer firmly believes Success is not defined by one big decision or step taken in a board meeting on a fine Monday morning. Success is a combination of several small steps taken in unison over the journey of your life & career. In this workshop, he shares several such life-changing moments and experiences gathered over a decade. Work-Life Matrix is the secret sauce to his productivity. With this simple technique, easy to learn and implement, the speaker efficiently manages the below aspects:
Team Coordination Have an appropriate practice to take inputs and updates from all team members in a participative and interactive manner.
Time Management The key is to thrive to stay ahead of time. Have a planned approach to your work and life.
Work-Life Balance Successful people often talk about switching on & switching off from work. Learn to implement it and prioritize your work & personal lives.
Tasks Management Manage your tasks lists in a fun and interesting manner. Ensure you're on the job and accomplish most of the tasks on your desk.
Calendar Scheduling Know exactly what needs to be marked on the Calendar. Keep it to a minimum after managing the above aspects.
Who should it help?
Individuals wanting to improvise on any of the above aspects to unlocking their true potential. Entrepreneurs wanting to boost efficiency at work and accomplish maximum tasks. Employers, Managers & Employees/Teams. Works best when implemented across teams/organizations. People away from home wanting to balance work and life.
Client & Participant feedback
It was a nice learning experience. I now have some fresh ideas to work on and implement. Thanks to Milind for reminding us of the basics. Thanks for sharing your ideas, thoughts, and purpose.
Nandish Desai, Chief Financial Coach at Jago Investor, Author
Everyone is going to tell the same or the other thing about the seminar. No doubt the seminar was amazing but I would like to share some of my thoughts about Mr. Milind Kohmaria which I'll be taking away with me.
1. Be as much optimist as you can 2. Learn from own mistakes 3. Try to keep the crowd as interactive as one can in order to share the most out of you
Wishing you a great wonderful future.
Prassidh Shroff, Participant from Team Jeevan Prabandhan
Span: 3.5 hours (Approx) Material: Your Diary, Pencil, Pen (Blue), Highlighter/Red Pen Open mind: In the words of Brian Tracy, 'Your life only gets better when you get better'
About the Trainer
Milind started his journey as a trainer after a decade of experience in Accounts & Finance combined. The content of his training is a combination of three facets. Firstly, his experience helped him develop skills. Secondly, ideas that proved to be life-changing moments. Thirdly, combining the first two facets with structures from best-selling books and authors. Structures that he implements in his life.
Milind started his career in Accounts straight after his graduation. However, he realized his zeal towards making his money work for himself. Thanks to Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Poor Dad. Once he came across the CFP program, he knew that was exactly what he had been hungry for & there has been no looking back since. He ran his own advisory firm later, based out of Ahmedabad where he learned the roots of Financial Planning.
He then joined Network FP An association of Premier Financial Planners across India. He considers himself fortunate to have worked with the best of Financial Planners at Network FP. In words of Sadique Neelgund, Director, Network FP, Milind took on the challenge to design and launch Network FP's new initiative - Qualified Personal Finance Professional (QPFP Certification Program). He was instrumental in designing the education delivery, program curriculum, getting trainers and conducting an examination of the program; right from its inception to professionally implementing the project & successfully completing three batches.
At Network FP, Milind discovered his true inclination towards training. Milind thrives to maintain a good work-life balance due to his varied interests. He thinks and believes in himself to be a global citizen.
Training Experience (Jan 20) 45 Training Projects, 1,548 Participants, 666 Hours
Work Experience: Overall 10+ years in Accounts (UK based KPOs) & Finance
Former Program Lead QPFP: Designed & launched course Qualified Personal Finance Professional
Editorial Team NFP ThinkTank Magazine
Academics: Certified Financial Planner (CFP)
Empanelled Trainer: BSE Institute, Network FP, ICOFP, Omlet Global School, etc.
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