Get Out of the Technical Time Sinks – Personality Development


Get Out of the Technical Time Sinks – Personality Development

Many people seem to have an tempting ‘if not obsessive, need to communicate continually with people everywhere-in their personal and business lives.

This compulsion to communicate incessantly –entailing the nonstop use of cell phones, Blackberry devices, personal digital support, the Internet (both wireless and wired), and various contact management systems such as Microsoft outlook and Maximize-tends to leave people psychologically breathless. WE have no time to stop, smell the roses, and collect our thoughts.


For you to stay calm, sober, and capable of performing at your best, you need to detach on a regular basic from the technology and communication devices that can overwhelm you if you are not careful.

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Powerful formula for setting and achieving goals

I. Decide exactly what you want
Decide it for yourself or sit down with your boss/family members and discuss your goals and objectives until you are crystal clear about what is expected of you and in what order of priority.
II. Write it Down
Think on paper. When you write down a goal, you crystalize it and give it tangible form. You create something that you can touch and see.
III. Set a deadline on your goal; set sub deadlines if necessary
A goal or a decision without a deadline has no urgency. It has no real beginning or end.
IV. Make a list of everything that you can think of that you are going to have to do to achieve your goals
As you think of new activities , add them to your list. Keep building your list until it is complete. A list gives you a visual picture of the larger task or objective. It gives you a track to run on.
V. Organise the list into plan
Organise your list by priority and sequence. Take a few minutes to decide what you need to do first and what you can do later. Decide what has to be done before something else and what needs to be done afterward. Even better layout your plan visually in the form of a series of boxes and circles on a sheet of paper with lines and arrows showing the relationship of each task to each other task.
VI. Take action on your plan immediately
Do something. Do anything. An average plan vigorously executed is far better than a brilliant plan on which nothing is done. For you to achieve any kind of success, execution is everything.
VII. Resolve to do something every single day that moves you toward your major goal
Build this activity into your daily schedule. You may decide to read a specific number of prospect or customers. You may engage on a specific period or physical exercise. Keep pushing forward. Once you start moving, keep moving. Don’t stop. This decision, this discipline alone can dramatically increase your speed of goal accomplishment and boost your personal productivity.

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