Updated: Jan 10
“Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes to you, and to give thanks continuously. And because all things have contributed to your advancement, you should include all things in your gratitude.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Do you have a “time-waster,” of which you are guilty? Mine is being on the Internet too long. I find that if I go online at the end of my workday or at least until I finish the most important tasks of the day, I am more productive and less likely to “wander” around in cyberspace.
Time is a very precious resource
The fact is that regardless of how well you manage time, at the end of the day, you will still only have 24 hours. In one year, there are still only 8,760 hours. The key is using your time efficiently and eliminating time wasters from your day. Your attitudes and behaviors affect how you use your time. Below are some examples of ineffective use of time. By substituting what’s not working for you with a more effective behavior and/or attitude, you’re on the road to managing your time. You can start with.
Organizing and planning your day
Implementing, stop putting off things to do-procrastinator
Being easy on yourself lighten up perfectionist
Stop trying to do everything yourself
Evaluating the task – take on as much as you can handle
Having a crisis management plan in place
Limiting your socializing (have a time frame)
Retooling yourself if you’re lacking in skills
Time is of the essence, this is the time to be more productive, and more efficient. Stop wasting time. Take the time to reflect, access and document how and where you’re wasting your time. #SoulRehab #Gratitude