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MAKING THINGS DIFFICULT
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MAKING THINGS DIFFICULT

Hard work is often a result of procrastinating on the easy things.

TAKE TIME TO READ

Reading is a good investment of time. You could gain knowledge in a few hours that might have taken years to learn through experience. Set aside time each day to read about the significant experiences of others.

STUDY-TIME

Don't study past your attention span. If you find your mind starts to wander, take a few minutes to stretch or change your position. You may find 50-minute study periods with 10-minute breaks give the best results.

TIME SPENT SHOPPING

Back in 1987, American adults averaged six hours of shopping a week, according to an article by Paul Harvey in Quote Magazine. It's probably a lot higher now. A little planning, a shopping list, and self discipline would reduce this time since much of this time is spent window-shopping with no particular goal in mind.

DELEGATION

If something is worth doing, it's worth training someone else to do it.

NECESSITY OF GOALS

Without goals we are victimized by activity. In order to simplify your life and become more productive in the process, you must first determine what you want to do with the rest of your life.

PLANNING REDUCES STRESS

If you don't work on important items before they become urgent, they'll work on you after they become urgent.

ARE YOU IN CONTROL?

If over 50 percent of the appointments and activities scheduled in your planner are the result of other people's requests, you could be losing control of your time.

SAY NO MORE OFTEN

Accept invitations based on your desire to participate, not your availability.

ADVANTAGE OF ROUTINES

Performing the same tasks at the same time of day reduces the time it takes to get focused on each one.

IS YOUR LIFE IN BALANCE?

Estimate the amount of time you spend collecting and disposing of garbage in your house and compare it to the amount of time you spend in conversation with the members of your family.

 
 

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