So today, let’s talk about what he has shared in that course and his relationship with time, and a lot more.
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Take Charge Of Your Time Course Review
Yes, the course is definitely worth buying but you have to pay Rs 699 to get the course and the value you get with that Rs 699 is beyond the price, you will be able to understand the value of time and how you can take control of time.
The course is very simple and you may already know what Ankur Warikoo will say but that realization of time will make a huge impact if you apply it properly.
There will be movement while watching the course where you will understand where you’re spending time and wasting time.
Also when you complete the course, you will get the certificate which you can share on social media or put on your resume.
Now, after taking a course you may feel that I didn’t learn anything new and if you want your money back then you can E-mail Ankur Warikoo and he will refund your money without any questions.
Take Charge Of Your Time Course Plans
|Basic – Rs 299||Standard – Rs 299||Premium – Rs 699|
|PDF notes||Pre-recorded Video Lectures||Pre-recorded Video Lectures|
|A 10-day exercise to find out how you can be more productive||PDF notes and 10-day exercise to manage time||6 LIVE sessions with Ankur Warikoo, once every month|
|Certificate of completion||Recordings of all current and future Live Sessions|
|Lifetime Access to WebVeda Community||PDF notes and 10-day exercise to manage time|
|Free upgrades to all future course content|
|Certificate of Completion|
|Lifetime access to the WebVeda Community|
Lessons I learn from the ‘Take Charge Of Your Time Course’
One thing I have to clarify is that I already knew what Ankur Warikoo said in the course, so this course didn’t give me anything new but we all know the human mind, it needs to be refreshed time from to time and that is what I gain from Ankur Warikoo.
There are three things that Ankur Wairkoo has pointed out,
Important task: These could be those task which doesn’t need your attention but they are important, again, you don’t have to do them right away.
For example, you have to go to the supermarket because you have a list of items which you have to buy for your home, this is important because you need those items but it’s not very important, so you can do it on letter day.
Urgent Task: These are those tasks that require your attention right away.
For example, you need to finish the project which your boss has given, you have a meeting which is very important for your business, or something else that is needed to do right away.
Nor Urgent or Important Task: These are those tasks that are not important or urgent but you like doing them.
For example, you want to watch movies, and TV shows, go to parties, spend time with your friends, use social media, and many more. You don’t have to do all these things but you like doing them because it makes you happy.
By the way, if you know Hindi then I have made a video of the course where you will find everything but if you don’t know Hindi then I hope this article was helpful and if not? Then do let me know in the comments I would love to help you out, see you there…
In the end, I would say, everyone has 24 hours, in the end, you have to decide what you want to do in those 24-hour, and if need clarification about time then do invest your money in Ankur Warikoo’s Take Charge Of Your Time course, it will be worth it.
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