Don’t let time be your enemy

Author: admin |Thu, 06/18/2009

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In XIV century the clock appeared, and we have turned to captives of time which began to supervise all spheres of our life. Time has turned to the enemy.

We try to squeeze out everything of time released to us that is possible. However, probably, it is on the contrary: the time squeezes out all our forces.

We are running on a dial circle. And for 700 years we are trying to squeeze out everything that is possible of time released to us. However results of modern researches say that, probably, all on the contrary: this time squeezes out all our energy.

Relax at work

Author: admin |Fri, 06/12/2009

33Does it happen to you that the working day has only begun, and you already feel full of weakness?

When loading prevails over rest and it is not compensated, it means that you have a syndrome of chronic weariness. Unloading should be adequate, and it not only a sleep, but also conditions and activity change. In a reality, we have all day long work, having rummaged only on a dream. The organism constantly is in a condition of "fighting" and eventually simply "burns down"!


Planning is your “trump card” for successful work

Author: admin |Wed, 06/10/2009

shutterstock_8639812 Everyone definitely got in such situation. We have a certain period of time - (for example, five days) and there is a certain list of tasks and problems which have to be done necessary by the end of this period of time. It would seem for us not a problem to succeed in time, but eventually, the closer we are coming to the edge of finish the more clearly we realize that we have not succeeded to do all the tasks from the list and the time occasionally has passed somewhere. What has happened? Where does the time leave?

Such situations are frequent in our daily life, in work, in rest, in any area of our activity. If you look at this situation more rationally, it is possible to avoid disappointment connecting with losing our time. For example, you have 5 hours on working out the certain project. Put your tasks according their priority and according you are going to settle the issues. Now take your typical working day and define how much time you use on start. So then you should add the time for starting to the 5 hours for example of your working time.

Also consider that time necessary for "switching over". Organize breaks on rest. Instead of several big breaks on half an hour on coffee, take breaks of 5-10 minutes each hour. It allows you to have better rest and at the same time not «to lose a thread», penetrating into work after a long break.

 

Time management as another step towards success

Author: belan |Fri, 05/08/2009

Time management is the ability which many people begin to develop only by perforce. Many people, being overloaded with work and private problems, do not see any way out of such a situation and, supposing that nothing can be changed, continue to flounder in this whirlpool. However many psychologists consider that the problem of the time shortage can be solved. The desire to change yourself and the attitude towards time is the only thing which is necessary.

Thus in most cases it appears, that it is not so easy to get rid of deep-rooted bad habits and to use this valuable skill to one hundred percent.

 

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