It’s 12:08 AM JST, not the earliest time of the day, but at least we have a head start compared to the rest of the world. My older friend who was living on the West Coast of the US once told me jokingly: “I hope you can tell me tomorrow would be good”. And I would hope to be able to do so, as always.
Thank you https://newsonclimatechange.com/ for visiting my blog. Random visitors like you gave me pure joy of writing relentlessly. An artist shared on the media: “If music is written without listener, that piece of music is dead”. I used to, not care so much about people’s opinions, but to be quite honest with you, I felt happy when someone shows sign that they appreciate my work. Like all creators of things, being appreciated is the external rewards that bring additional meaning to our efforts.
Anyway, the main point of today’s writing is Managing Schedule like a Pro (click link for original article on Entrepreneur.com)
What I learned from reading the article:
Block time for email
"This is the most important tip in the whole post. Email will own you unless you own it. To own your email you must avoid doing it all the time. To do that you need to schedule the time to do your email. It is absolutely a must."
“Never let anyone own your schedule.” – Lou Gerstner
In this complex existence that we are in, where reality and virtual world is merged, it’s hard to make sense of anything that we experience. Yet if there is a way to simplify our way of doing things, maybe it would bring more impacts.
Simplify the time you use. Only use it for the most important tasks
“Without doing much, can we achieve more?” is one of my favorite problems to solve. I’m just in love with having more time, one for my mind to wonder and be at rest, or to have what Daniel Kahneman termed as “Cognitive Ease”. However, I understand that in order to achieve such stages, much more works are needed to be done.
First thing first, Instagram. This, I’d admit, I’m suck at it. Especially because of how we are getting used to being ONLINE, Instagram and other Social medias are eating up our brain powers with a significant force. We can’t let ourselves slip into that right?
Take control of your thoughts. And your time.
This is the most important task to do, yet we take it so lightly.