Recently, I’ve been following a simple rule that is helping me crush procrastination and making it easier for me to stick to good habits at the same time. I want to share it with you today so that you can try it out and see how it works in your life. The best part? It's a simple strategy that couldn’t be easier to use. Here’s what you need to know… Before we talk about how to get started, though, I wanted to let you know I researched and compiled science-backed ways to stick to good habits and stop procrastinating. How to Stop Procrastinating With the “2–Minute Rule” I call this little strategy the “2–Minute Rule” and the goal is to make it easier for you to get started on the things you should be doing. Here’s the deal… Most of the tasks that you procrastinate on aren’t actually difficult to do — you have the talent and skills to accomplish them — you just avoid starting them for one reason or another. There are two parts to the 2–Minute Rule… The Physics of Real Life Want to eat healthier?
How to Become Less ShyLots of people ask me about getting over shyness, so I’ll tell you what I know. I’ll never be a center-of-attention type, but over the past decade I’ve gone from being too timid to even order food over the phone, to feeling like I’m the more assured one most of the time when I meet someone new. I believe this kind of transformation is possible for just about anyone. Being shy and being an introvert are often conflated, so we should clarify the difference. Shyness is a self-reinforcing nervousness around people, especially people you don’t know. Most people experience it to some extent, maybe only in certain situations. People you’ve already met introduce themselves to you multiple times. It is a life of deference and small acts of cowardice. As with every area of growth, progress for me happened in little breakthroughs. Quit denying the importance of small talk. A traditional safety-shield for the shy person is to dismiss small talk as insufferable or disingenuous. Stay at the party.
How procrastination helped Steve Jobs become so successful14 Inspiring Stories Of Karna You Should Read If You Think Life Has Been UnHad a bad day recently? You have that nagging feeling that fate has not been fair to you, and everything you do, however earnestly always fails. Before you give up and spend the days dejected, spend a few minutes reading about Karna and how life played a cruel game with him. Not because you take comfort in knowing that someone has had it much worse than you, but because someone had it much worse than you and he still had a respectable life. So respectable, that people still respect him today. Read on. 1. Kunti, the princess was given a boon by sage Durvasa that she could invoke a mantra and call any god and have a child. Kunti, was ashamed of this “bastard” and didn’t know how to explain the birth. 2. Karna was brought up by a charioteer, a class much lower than the mighty Kshatriyas. He went to Dronacharya to learn warfare, but Drona rejected his proposal, because he was not a Kshatriya. 3. He disguised himself as a brahmin to learn warfare from Parshurama. 4. And he still cursed Karna.
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Strategies For Remembering Everything You LearnEver notice how some people come across as having their act together? They are able to get their work done on time, every time. They have the time and energy for 100 different things. Yet, they always seem non-frazzled, non-overwhelmed, and non-frantic. Do you console yourself with the thought that these are a special breed of people with a special DNA sequence? 1. One of the most frantic and chaotic times in most people’s day is the morning. 2.Your mouth as the gateway to productivity Believe it or not, what you put in your mouth can affect your productivity. 3. Eating healthy is not enough. 4. A good night’s sleep is key to not only our well-being but to our productivity as well. 5. Clutter and disorganized workspaces are time suckers and cause frustration, leading to decreased productivity. 6. Research has proven that multi-tasking causes a 40% drop in productivity levels. 7. Most workplaces use meetings to brings employees together for a certain purpose. 8. 9. And here’s a BONUS one.
Con este método leerás 1 libro en 1 día, todas las semanas del añoLeer es una actividad que en nuestras sociedades tiene un prestigio singular, un aura en la que se combinan el privilegio que alguna vez fue para las clases que podían costear su aprendizaje y su ejercicio, y también su tendencia hacia lo elevado, lo creativo, aquello que surge cuando el ser humano da más de sí mismo y se expresa por medio del lenguaje escrito. Leer, se dice desde que la lectura se popularizó y masificó, cultiva, amplía los horizontes, enriquece el vocabulario, nos hace más compasivos y otros muchos beneficios positivos que, en efecto, pueden llegar de la mano de la lectura. Por otro lado, sin embargo, también es cierto que en nuestra época la lectura se ha transformado o, dicho de otra manera, no ha permanecido inmune a cambios decisivos en otros ámbitos que han hecho de nuestro tiempo algo históricamente único. ¿Es posible superar dichas contrariedades y entregarse a cierta lujuria de la lectura para leer tanto como sea posible? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.