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28 Day “Get it Done” Challenge with Sheila Hawkins
“Simply put, time is money,” says Sheila Hawkins. owner of the Third Eye Group. “If you're wasting time looking for something in your files or on your computer, that's time that you're not spending on clients, and it's costing you money.”
Create an online journal with LivingFile.com
“The basic idea is to keep a journal based on activities rather than plain writing,” states LivingFile.com. “All updates are made up of unique activity types that both identify exactly what the activity was, while leaving room for comments and personal notes.”
What are You Worried About?
92% of our worries are over baseless concerns, so why not imagine a positive outcome? Positive thinking is linked to increased life span, lower rates of depression and greater resistance to the common cold.
Slow and Steady Wins the Race
In this society we tend to admire the wunderkinds and the prodigies, however, I do believe there is honor working slowly and steadily to reach your goals.
April is National Garden Month
Do something to make the world a greener, healthier and more beautiful place.
Try this 10 Minute Productivity Technique
The 10 minute rule not only serves to divide an unpleasant task among several people, it also helps to stave off procrastination. If I know I only have to work on a task for 10 minutes I’m more likely to do it.
March is Read an E-Book Month
E-books are a growing trend. The Association of American Publishers (AAP) reported adult e-book sales of $282.3 million while adult hardcover sales counted $229.6 million.
March is National Umbrella Month
Accuweather.com calls the umbrella the “least thought about but most useful invention.”
Simplicity and Technology
Too much technology use can be detrimental to your health. It’s not that users must give up technology altogether, rather experts feel there are many benefits to cutting back. Moderation is key.
What are your intentions?
According to Romanus Wolter, there are two types of intent: internal and external. Your internal intent are the reasons why achieving your goal is important to you. Your external intent shows you how achieving your goal benefits other people.
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