Why is it that some people achieve so much more with their time than others? Are you frequently interrupted or pulled in different directions?
More than likely, just like me, you have read books, attended management seminars, use email calendar or a day planner to schedule and organise your day, but you are still dividing your attention between so many different tasks.
It can be stressful trying to balance family and work. But with some simple changes in your daily routine and your mindset, things will get easier. Continue reading “Time Management Skills for Effective productivity”
“You know, everyone has setbacks in their life, and everybody falls short of whatever goals they might set for themselves. That’s part of living and coming to terms with who you are as a person.” – Hillary Clinton.
Setbacks are not easy to handle, but they definitely help us build our character.
Like most of you, I have been facing setbacks at times, and those setbacks seem to be more challenging especially when you have a strong emotional desire. Continue reading “How To Handle Setbacks In Life”
How reading for six minutes can be enough to reduce stress levels and increases your brain power?
Studies have shown that reading stimulates the brain and researchers have found that it can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia, by keeping your mind engaged.
Reading, in the recent years, has lost its appeal. People prefer mobiles and gadgets than reading an actual book. There is a debate between paper books and e-readers. Some talk about the sentimental versus the practical. However, focusing can be challenging, and gadgets tend to reduce concentration. A book, on the other hand, does the opposite and helps you increase your focus.
Continue reading “Reading Habits and Brain Benefits”