Four levels of time management
Self discipline and assertiveness
Making goals into action
Did you ‘achieve’ and ‘enjoy’ today?
Poem: My hands were busy through the day
New year’s resolutions that work
Looking forward 5 years
Action versus activity
My top ten
Bunch of grapes
Ideas of beating procrastination
Putting up a sign
Money won’t make you happy
Interruptions – some ideas
Interruptions - less time or later
Beating procrastination at Christmas
Planning the year ahead
Examples of efficient systems
Deciding what’s important
Laziness – the root of all problems
Why box 1 is bad
Take time to…
Welcome to the afterlife
Writing everything down
He's a reasonably famous poem that I thought you might like. It was number 2 that made me think it would be a good tip of the
month, and then I saw number 4, and then....
Cheese factor of 6/10, but you can't argue with numbers 1,2,3,4, 6, 8,.9, 11, 12, oh alright then in fact they're all
- Take time to Work -
It is the price of success.
- Take time to Think -
It is the source of power.
- Take time to Play -
It is the secret of youth.
- Take time to Read -
It is the fountain of knowledge.
- Take time to Worship -
It is the highway of reverence and washes the dust of the earth from our eyes.
- Take time to Help and Enjoy Friends -
It is the source of happiness.
- Take time to Love -
It is the one
sacrament of life.
- Take time to Dream -
It hitches the soul to the stars.
- Take time to Laugh -
It is the singing that helps with life's loads.
- Take time for Beauty -
It is everywhere in nature.
- Take time for Health -
It is the true wealth and treasure of life.
- Take time to Plan -
It is the secret of being able to have time to take time for the first eleven things
Is there one on here that you're neglecting, that you could maybe put aside some time for today?
Onwards and upwards!