Kutheis reveals her methodology she has used with business leaders to help you take purposeful control of your time and increase happiness at work and in life
Online PR News – 06-June-2019 – St. Louis, MO – Mary Kutheis (kooth-ice), a business coach and trainer for nearly two decades has launched a new book Making Minutes Matter - Your Guide to Being Content With How You Spend Your Time. For the first time Kutheis harnesses the mindset and tools of the Making Minutes Matter Method™ in written form, for use by all business leaders whether they operate a large division in corporate America or run a small business or organization.
More than just another book on time management Making Minutes Matter goes deeper to help the reader focus on who they are and what matters to them as an individual. Armed with that information they are able to shift their focus and mindset, improve decision making, and improve on-the-job contentment.
"Business leaders have 1,440 minutes a day to choose how they spend their time. If their business results aren't what they hope, distractions and constant interruptions, a lack of a time-bound decision making system, or even unrealistic personal expectations, are often at the root of the problem," Kutheis said. "This book focuses on how to deal with all of that and provides a systematic approach to achieve more success and contentment at work using my Making Minutes Matter methodology."
Kutheis instructs readers on how to shift their mindset as it relates to her State of Mind Model™. The model focuses on six workplace mindsets - three good (Contentment, Striving and Joy) and three destructive (Panic, Anxiety and Complacence). The chapter includes exercises to generate more clarity, success and happiness from work.
Kutheis discusses how to make purposeful choices, the value of having an accountability partner, how to establish routines and processes to achieve your goals, overcoming procrastination, and managing stress.
"As a business leader, you're not a different person at work and at home. If your job is frantic, boring or overwhelming, you'll bring the same energy back home. When you're content with how you spend your time at work, you'll be more content with how you spend your time all the way around. The definition of contentment is 'a sense of peaceful happiness' and there's no downside to having more of that at work and in life."
Making Minutes Matter is available in both kindle and paperback at amazon.com as well as a variety of other electronic formats.
ABOUT MARY KUTHEIS AND MCK COACHING
Mary Kutheis spent 17 years working for other people and while she almost always loved the work she did, the bad days were caused by one of two things. Time and people. On really tough days it was both. She knew there had to be a better way, and there is. For the last 19 years Kutheis has employed her considerable experience and keen insight to help clients use time to their best advantage and artfully manage on-the-job relationships. By way of individual coaching, group training and the use of several assessments, she helps corporations and business people improve their work performance and success, as well as increase happiness and on-the-job contentment. For additional information visit https://mckcoaching.com.