More specific language leads to more productivity.
The reality about growing is that it’s a gradual accumulation of small truths, subtle insights and skill practice that, over time, add up to a bigger picture of maturity and more consistent self-enhancing choices.
Have you noticed that the people who seem to have the most freedom also happen to be the most disciplined, the most focused and self-directed?
Listening well is a gift you can give to others. It’ll cost you nothing, but it may be invaluable to them.
In order to change patterns of behavior, we need to become conscious of them once again. This change starts with mindfulness.
Besides this one, how many emails are in your inbox right now? How long have some of them been there? Try applying the 4D formula for email management.
You can deal with the same events in a different way. You can treat everything as feedback, or you can judge yourself a failure. Which path will you choose?
When it all comes down to it, we must act upon our vision, beliefs, and ideals or we won’t see them come to fruition.
By identifying the most frequent sources of time-wasters in your day, you may be able to make headway into reducing them and also increase your available time!