When you think about time management it is common to think about all the work you have to do and usually, ok mostly, about the work you don’t want to do. But what about the work you love to do? You know, the work you can’t wait to start and by the time you are finished you can’t believe the day is gone. Tom Walker in his article 9 Time Management Techniques to Boost Your Productivity states:
Here is the second installment of my series on improvement quotes on video.
I hope you enjoy it.
There are two days in every week that we should not worry about, two days that should be kept free from fear and apprehension.
One is yesterday, with its mistakes and cares, its faults and blunders, its aches and pains.
Yesterday has passed, forever beyond our control.
All the money in the world cannot bring back yesterday.
We cannot undo a single act we performed.
Nor can we erase a single word we’ve said – yesterday is gone!
We face it everyday, well at least every weekday. The dreaded morning rush to get ready for work. Patricia Strasser posted a useful article at http://www.submitarticlesseo.com/2010/04/14/6-ways-to-beat-the-time-and-avoid-the-morning-rush. The most useful tip was applying time management to the morning routine, not only…
I read a good reminder post at http://vishwanath9.blogspot.com/2010/04/stress-management-strategies-natural.html regarding the simple benefits of meditation. Vishwantath states, “Meditation has been proven to slow the breath, quiet the mind and produce more harmonious brain activity. It only takes about 15 minutes a…
Celestine over at Lifehack.org has an excellent article about improving yourself. As I was reading the article there was one section that really jumped out at me.
“The more I grow, the more I realize there is so much out there I don’t know, so much that I have to learn. For sure, there is always something about ourselves we can improve on. The human potential is limitless, so it’s impossible to reach a point of no growth. Whenever we think we are good, we can be even better.”
Shilpa over at Gleez.com has some quick tips about improving your self confidence. While I don’t agree completely with her list, I do agree that each small step you take will help reach your goal. Here is my take aways…
I’m a big fan of quotes. I like to read them and be inspired by them. However, they are not the most exciting thing to write about. To make a better, longer lasting impact I will be starting a series of quotes that I found on video. The addition of music, pictures and text brings this to a whole new level.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Let me know what you think.
Ayo Olaniyan has a interesting article about roadblocks we put up to avoid personal development. The main ones that I can relate with the most include,
Feel like your always working? Don’t understand why you are not more productive? Michael Hyatt has a great article about why this may be happening. In 10 Reasons Why You Aren’t Done Yet he lists, you guessed it, 10 items…