The First Step For Successful Time Management and Goal Setting

Have you noticed that no matter what you do, you always have exactly the same amount of time as everyone else? We all have 24 hours in every day. Have you also noticed that some people seem to be able to earn vast amounts of money in the 24 hours that they have and others struggle to get by. Some people seem...

Give Service to others

You will discover that when your dreams include service to others — accomplishing something that contributes to improving the lives of other people — it also accelerates the accomplishment of that goal. Not only because you have a greater degree of enthusiasm, but also because demand for your...

Set Goals To Stretch You

As soon as you commit to a big dream and really go after it, your subconscious creative mind will come up with big ideas to make it happen. You’ll start attracting the people, resources, and opportunities you need into your life to make your dreams come true. Big dreams not only inspire you, they...

Time Management Killer – The Long to-do-list

We’ve all been told when you’ve got something to do, write it down on a paper, and that is completely right, but the big problem is when you have too many things on your to do list, you tend to focus on clearing the quick things you can get off the to do list, so you can bring the to do list down on a...

Hoarding Useless Information

Hoarding of useless information happens to all of us at some time, but it is a massive killer of your time management. There are many things that starts off being useful but then after a time they’re not. Things like old emails. At the time you needed to keep them but you never go back to delete them...

Keeping up with your daily schedule

Key tips for keeping to your daily schedule: Use an “in-tray”. Make sure you use an in-try so that if other people have things they want you to do, they can place a file in your in-tray. If there are specific requests that are regularly required, create a form that they can use to ensure that...

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