Published on April 30, 2013
Money Management IntelligenceServices“Helping you to deal with time pressures”Presenter: Nigel D. St.Hill228-1155e-mail: Nigel@moneyandabundance.comWebsite: www.moneyandabundance.com
How can you dealwith time pressuresin your life?
“ Make each day useful andcheerful and prove that you knowthe worth of time by employing itwell. Then youth will be happy,old age without regret and life abeautiful success.” – Louisa MayAlcott- Novelist.
Time management is the application ofmanagement to the use of time.Stress is an individual’s perception andassessment of the environment. Itdepends on how one perceive thesituation.
Master Your Time Pressures Begin your day with a heart full ofappreciation and gratitude, no matterwhat the coming day looks like or howyou think your challenges might be. Plan to go through your day withthoughts and attitudes of thankfulness.
Master Your Time Pressures Get your priorities straight as you planyour day with your purpose in mind. Choose the three, not four (maybeeven two) things that you want toaccomplish today and focus on them.
Master Your Time Pressures Choose to leave room in your lifefor living. Don’t play the victim at work or athome.
Master Your Time Pressures It’s OK to decide that some thingsdon’t need to be done at all. Life is about growth, expansion, joyand joyous people add greater value totheir work, their families, and tosociety.
Master Your Time Pressures Create space in your life for doing thethings the rejuvenate your energy. Reflect on the person you are. Don’t thinkof yourself as a teacher, a mother or a father– these are labels. Just be a human being.
Master Your Time Pressures Use some of that early morning time toappreciate the beauty of nature. Don’t work all your waking hours. During the day pause and be yourself.
Master Your Time Pressures Every time the phone rings, use the soundas a cue to take two deep breaths and relaxyour muscles. Answer on the third ring. Treat waiting between activities as a gift toyour heart and your brain. When you approach your tasks, thinkquality, not quantity.
Master Your Time Pressures Reduce the number of events goingon in your life which will reduce thecircuit overload. Take note of the people who areimportant in your life and resolve notto ignore them.
Here is what you need to do: Take some time out this weekend andreflect on all of your activities. Eliminate those (activities/things) thatno longer serve you. Create realistic expectations andtimelines for yourself.
Here is what you need to do: Don’t overwhelm yourself. Handleeach task as it comes, or selectivelydeal with matters in some priority. Learn how to relax yourself - practicedeep breathing.
Remember thepurpose of life is toenjoy it.
Enjoy your eveningThank You
Money Management IntelligenceServices“Helping you to deal with time pressures”Presenter: Nigel D. St.Hill228-1155e-mail: Nigel@moneyandabundancecomWebsite: www.moneyandabundance.com
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