Successful people are always looking to take themselves to the next level.
And they always want to make the most of their time.
The key to making the most of your time is to find ways to use your limited time effectively.
Let’s take a look at some key ideas.
Your Time Is Limited As a high performer, you can do something useful with your limited time and serve people in a meaningful way. So don’t waste your time on hectic work. Let us remind ourselves regularly that we have limited time every day and every week. - We have…
Breathing exercises are an easy method for falling asleep faster and easier in the evening. But what is an easy breathing exercise for you to do? In this article, I’ll explain the power of breathing, and I’ll tell you more about the 4–7–8 breathing method.
People like you and me are busy beings. We race to work after snoozing our alarm several times. Once we get to work, we spend the…
Freelancers often face the same struggles as everyone else. They need to stay productive and efficient, even when working from home. The biggest issue is that they don’t have a boss or coworkers to keep them accountable, so it’s up to you to find ways of motivating yourself.
Here are fourteen time management and productivity tips for freelancers who work at home:
It could be a Pomodoro timer, the Eisenhower Matrix, or another time management system that works for you. Search for “time management systems,” and you’ll find several to try.
On average, I spend about two hours on my…
I will not lie. The thought of running makes me cringe. It’s just so tedious. But then I heard about Jeff Galloway’s “Galloway Run Walk Run Method,” and it made me want to get out there for a run! With this method, you can still enjoy your music or podcasts while getting in some great exercise at the same time.
The Galloway Run Walk Run Method is a proven training system for endurance athletes that has been around since 1975. It’s based on sound running form principles and encourages fun through its alternating run/walk format. …
You know the feeling when you come up with a killer blog post, and it just doesn’t seem to resonate in your target market? The more time we spend on writing, refining, editing our content for that perfect tone of voice — all those hours spent agonizing over every sentence — sometimes leads us astray.
A lot goes into crafting an article specifically tailored to fit an existing audience:
But as a blogger, you…
The natural world is large, diverse, and awe-inspiring. It has always been a source of wonder for many people. But now, it’s not just the beauty that we see in nature that is intriguing psychologists — it’s also its effects on our mental health.
A growing number of psychologists are studying the effects of nature on people’s mental health and well-being. This might be because they’re becoming concerned about how much access to it we have nowadays.
Two ways spending time in nature could be beneficial to your mental health:
- by restoring attention levels;
- by reducing stress levels…
Social media is a great way to stay connected with friends and family.
But it can also have mental health implications, so be sure to take care of yourself!
Take care of your mental health today by following these tips!
Do you ever find yourself in a position where you have many friends and family living all over the place but not enough time to keep up with everyone? If so, this blog post is for you. Many social media sites allow users to stay connected with their loved ones no matter how far away they live from one another…
It’s no secret that life isn’t always easy. On the contrary, it’s often more complex than easy. Even those who may seem to always have everything together are still faced with difficult challenges that they must overcome.
Hard times aren’t universal. They will look different for everyone based on your life, situation, and mentality. Something which may be devastating for one individual may not affect someone else at all. Hard times can also encompass many different events in someone’s life. …
Today I want to share a personal lesson with you about achieving goals, especially challenging, long-term goals.
The funny thing is that I may have always known this lesson, but I never believed it. It wasn’t until I decided to try it one day that I started to see the amazing results and the real power. The lesson is very simple, but I believe that very few people put it into practice. So many people largely ignore its value.
The lesson is this: to achieve a challenging, demanding, long-term (>1 year) goal, you must write it down every day.
Every living person has a set of core values and beliefs about life that affect the vision they have for the future and sometimes even for the past. We often develop core values and beliefs in childhood. They can orient us towards success or failure and abundance or lack.
You get many of these ideas from your parents, but they also come from society.
- the TV shows you watched when you were growing up
- your teachers
- the friends you had
- their parents
So whatever else that happens in the world as you grow up…