This will not be a waste of your time. Taking the TMA and having it alongside The Time-Optimized Life will help you understand which areas you do well and which areas need your intention. Enjoy this free resource as a “thank you” for having the book in your hand.

Time Management Analysis (TMA)

Everyone manages time. Yet, many of us do not include a formalized
process in our daily lives. We react and do not plan. Events shape where we
spend our time instead of determining the time we want to allocate to
important occasions in our lives. The 12 page TMA report provides
individual and team assessments of how time is managed. The reports
create the foundation for setting a comprehensive time optimized strategy.

Measure your time efficiency evaluating 20 statements. Participants will receive a personalized report that helps set the stage for refining their time from being managed to being optimized. The assessment provides an overall TIME designation.









A time talented person successfully manages their time. They effectively use tools to assist in their planning. Talented time managers meet deadlines. Through limiting interruptions and not procrastinating, they have the ability to stay focused. It is important for them to try and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

For a time inclusive person, time management is a formal routine. They try and incorporate tools to assist their planning. They meet deadlines frequently, but can get distracted. Interruptions and procrastination can hinder the ability to focus. They try and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Time modest folks are able to plan well, but may not tie that back to time management. They work on organization, but will lose focus when there are a lot of activities to be completed. There is uneven task execution. Personal care and health is inconsistent may not be an area of emphasis.

Time expand people usually do not decide to have a formal plan or process in place. They are very reactive and feel under pressure a lot. Deadlines are missed frequently and struggle to be ready for meetings. Focus is difficult because of outside interruptions, distractions, and demands.


The TMA also appraises the level of depth and comfort in five distinct priority categories

  1. Planning: Through personal goal setting. looking ahead, and your attitude towards meetings.
  2. Task Management: In Relation to actually having a list, prioritizing that list, and whether you think you can actually multitask.
  3. Focus: By seeing and highlighting how much you procrastinate, motivate yourself, take action, limit interruptions, and speak.
  4. Organization: Because you finish what you start, use a calendar, and self-identify as organized.
  5. Personal Care: Done through sleeping well, exercising consistently, and taking formal breaks during the day.

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