Efficacy & Time management
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By David Rock
In my life I have met quite a few hyper productive people. They worked in fields as varied as advertising , academia, law, and banking.
"Time is what we want most, but what we use worst." – William Penn "Time is really the only capital that any human being has, and the only thing he can’t afford to lose." – Thomas Edison "It’s how we spend our time here and now, that really matters.
How many times have you said to yourself, “I wish there were more time in the workday to get things done?” Here are some simple techniques that can be used to help find that extra time and energy at work. Have a Plan (Set Goals ) In the same way that a successful company needs a business plan, it is important to have a personal work plan – a well-thought-out scheme to help guide and direct your work activities. The plan should consist of concrete and measurable goals, with a time frame for completing them.
There is never enough time. However, it is possible to find extra time if you are conscious about your judgment of time. A change in perception can give you a better sense of time. According to researchers Sanford Devoe and Julian House, thinking of time in terms of money shapes how we view time well spent .
When you feel depressed, you suffer from a painful down mood. You may withdraw from life, feel a profound sense of loneliness and worthlessness, and believe that life will continue in this way forever. Can you turn this bad situation about?
How to Get More Done in Much Less Time By Derek Franklin / Creator of The Action Machine If you give me just a few minutes of your time, I promise to deliver back to you much more in return. In just a moment I'm going to reveal to you a simple system you can begin using right now (yes, I give you everything). This system will allow you to easily re-capture more hours in your day, more days in your week, and even more weeks in your year.
The problem for some of us is that these mean the same thing. I'll do it when it's due. Anyway, I'll feel more like doing it tomorrow. Well, at least that's what we want to believe. In fact, there's good reason to think that we really feel more like doing it tomorrow.
I am always intrigued by humanity’s belief that at midnight on December 31 st a new year will begin and life will be different. Not only will it be different a myriad number of changes are going to be made simultaneously. Have you been unable to stop smoking , lose weight, give up coffee or start exercising?
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As it is 9/9 today, I thought it would be good to revamp my earlier article about 9 Reasons to Wake Up Early . Having good reasons to wake up and things to do is a half of success on the way to becoming an early riser. I hope that among the listed reasons you’ll find those that can light a burning desire within you. Here is the link to the article: If you have any other ideas or reasons why it is good to wake up early and what you could do at morning time, you are welcome to leave your comments on this page.
Okay so we know that waking up and doing things in the morning is the best way to achieve our goals in life. We can exercise, study, work, meditate, etc. much better than other times in the day. However, most of us feel pretty crap in the morning . So what can we do about it? How can we wake up ready for work?
Power Napping for Increased Productivity, Stress Management and Health - Take a Power Nap - Power Nap and The Benefits of SleepWhy A Power Nap? Facts on Sleep: While small children typically take naps in the afternoon, our culture generally frowns upon mid-day sleep; however, even in those who get enough sleep (but particularly in those who don’t), many people experience a natural increase in drowsiness in the afternoon, about 8 hours after waking. And research shows that you can make yourself more alert reduce stress and improve cognitive functioning with a nap. Mid-day sleep, or a ‘power nap’, means more patience, less stress, better reaction time, increased learning, more efficiency and better health.
This tip may not work for all - some people just can't fall asleep quickly enough at day time. Give it a try and watch your body reaction. Studies show that 20 minutes of afternoon nap gives more rest to the body than 20 minutes of sleep in the morning. Use this powerful refreshing tool to get energized till the end of the day. Best time to take a nap is midday, otherwise you risk to shift your sleeping pattern. It's recommended that you sleep for no more than 30 minutes, or you will feel drowsy after waking up.