If you want to live a smart, successful, vibrant life; you have certainly come to the right place. Read on to discover just how you can improve your working life by following these simple tips.
Say No To 1 Hour Meetings
No one has ever said, “I adore one-hour meetings.” Meetings lasting one hour are frequently unnecessary. You can usually finish what you thought would take an hour in 30 minutes. You’ll be forced to be concise and on topic if you only have 30 minutes.
Do The Steve Jobs Walk
Some of Steve Jobs’ most crucial meetings were held when he was out for a walk. This is something I do all the time. To begin with, holding meetings in conference rooms may be a rather rigid experience. Second, taking people out of their usual environment may cause them to perceive things in a different light. Third, being physically active throughout your meeting may aid in clearer thinking. So open the door, take a deep breath, and go for a walk.
Visualize Your Success
Consider three teams of basketball players.
*The first group would spend 20 minutes a day practicing free throws.
The second group would envision themselves making free shots rather than practicing them.
The third group would not do any sort of visualization or exercise at all.
What were the outcomes? In the second group, there was a significant improvement. They were virtually as good as the previous squad. This is a real experiment conducted by Alan Richardson, an Australian Psychologist.
Imagine yourself preparing for the interview, nailing it, and signing the employment offer if you want to get that new job. Make a mental picture of what you want your future to look like.
Listen First Before Speaking
First and foremost, seek to comprehend. How can you offer an intelligent comment on something if you haven’t first observed what’s going on? You only have one mouth and two ears. That’s because there’s a reason for it.
Keep Your Daily To Do List Small
Rather than making a massive to-do list every day, concentrate on accomplishing the three most critical items each day. This forces you to prioritize your activities in order to get the most out of your time and energy. “Do I really need to do this today?” you might wonder.
By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter
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