These 20 Regrets From People On Their Deathbeds Will Change Your Life. You’re going to die someday.
Perhaps the 5 most powerful words ever spoken to me. No matter how immortal we feel waltzing through life’s ups and downs, we all must someday stare death in its devious eyes as we reflect on our lives. Life is complex, sure. That’s a given. But if you really ponder for a moment, it can be boiled down to 2 feelings you’ll most likely be met with on your deathbed: Triumph or regret. Thankfully, every day is a great day to get better. 14 Things Productive People Do In The First 15 Minutes Of The Workday.
The first 15 minutes of your workday sets the tone for the rest of your workday.
If you are already too busy at the start of your workday, imagine what the rest of your day might be like when challenges arise and other people start seeking you for help. Here are 14 things productive people do in the first 15 minutes of their workday to help them stay productive for the rest of their day. 1. They stroll into the office at least 15 minutes before official working hours Productive people know the importance of reporting to work early. 2. Similar to a surgeon performing an operation and a chef working in the kitchen, productive people make sure their tools are in proper position before they begin their work. 3. It’s good to review what you have done previously, especially if you’ve just returned from the weekend or holidays. 10 Things Highly Productive People Don't Do. Highly productive people know the art of getting things done — give them any deadline and they will get it completed before you even ask about it.
To increase your productivity and get more out of your days, watch out for these 10 things that highly productive people don’t do: 1. They aren’t e-mail warriors Highly productive people aren’t e-mail warriors. They don’t spend hours every day buried in their inbox, replying to email after email. The truth is that unless you’re in customer service or doing secretarial work, there’s little reason to spend too much time in e-mail. Watch: 3 Simple Tips To Achieve Inbox Zero. 15 Things Highly Confident People Don't Do. Highly confident people believe in their ability to achieve.
If you don’t believe in yourself, why should anyone else put their faith in you? To walk with swagger and improve your self-confidence, watch out for these fifteen things highly confident people don’t do. 10 Underrated Things Productive People Do Differently. Are you ready to be a productive powerhouse of a person?
Really? No. You’re probably not ready. Go on back to that average life, with the occasional spurts of productivity followed by the long stretches of doing-nothing-significant. 15 Things People Who Love Their Lives Do Differently. I think pretty much everyone’s ultimate goal is to be happy and love their lives.
But how many people really do? If you ever come across the lucky few who genuinely do love the life they are living, you might think, “What are they doing differently?” If that thought has ever crossed your mind, here are 15 things that these people do, that you can too…once you make the decision: 1. They know that life is short. It might sound cliche, but people who love their lives know that every moment is a precious gift. 2.
If you’re happy and love the life you are living, there is no need to be the constant center of attention. 25 Tiny Habits That Could Totally Change Your Life. Research, as well as common sense and personal experience, is showing us that small steps get us to far away places.
The key is to consistently take those small steps in the same direction. Building a big, life-changing habit is difficult: it’s hard to keep the willpower going long enough to see change. But building a tiny habit? That’s doable. BJ Fogg, Director of the Persuasive Tech Lab at Stanford, has done extensive research this very topic. Here are 25 tiny habits you could add into your life. Tiny Habits for Better Physical Health. 25 Signs You are Already Successful and You're Simply Unaware. We have all had that period in our lives where we feel, regardless of what happens, we simply have nothing positive going for us.
It’s easy to criticize yourself in just about anything–from your competence in the workplace to how you deal with situations at home–and this can make it easy to become clouded to our own successes in life. This kind of constant action and lack of clarity can make it easy to believe that you are a failure, even when all the evidence in your life–personally and professionally–points to other conclusions. If you are too busy in life fighting fires, you’ll likely never make the time to actually appreciate your own success and accomplishments.
You could already be successful and just not realize it. Here are some signs that is the case: