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Tips For Time Management

Daily plans

Review last year

Have time limits to tasks

Use calendars

Use organizers

Know your deadlines

Learn to say ” no “

Aim to be early

Use clocks

Focus

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Block out distractions

Set time reminders

Timebox activities

Track where the time goes

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Don’t major in minor details

Prioritize

Delegate

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Bundle same tasks

Eliminate time wasters

Cut off when you need to

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Leave buffer time in-between

Set different timeline goals

Brainstorm goals for this year

Break weekly deadlines into daily tasks

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Schedule daily task work

Use planners five minutes a day

Break monthly goals into weekly goals

List why goals are important


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Establish accountability

Reward productivity

Plan ahead

Have routines

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Daily Requirements

wake up

hygiene

two cups of water

make your bed

dirty clothes to the dirty hamper

clean clothes hanged, put away in drawers


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keep things in the same places to always find

coffee and lunch bag

two cups of water

oatmeal

apple

OJ

vitamins

drive safe

five keys of safe driving

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get to work on time

work fast, efficiently, productively, safely, effectively, influentially

drink water throughout the work shift

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do something every day that scares you

help somebody that can never help you back

read

write

walk, bike, or jog

exercise

meal prep

eat breakfast without checking cell phone

slow down in the evening with one ritual

check your cell phone at designated times

have a morning thing

declutter

simply sit and observe sometimes

six-minute meetings

thirty-minute socials

watch movies without distractions

tech detox once a week

task tasks at twenty-minute intervals

use notebook to-do lists

journal

set boundaries

ask for help

give yourself compliments

acknowledge that you’re struggling

perfect doesn’t exist, better does

listen to more talk less

Do a good turn

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Recommended Books To Read

Rich Dad Poor Dad


Get Money Book

The Richest Man In Babylon

Why You Act The Way You Do

Think And Grow Rich

7 Habits Of Highly Effective People

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Tough Times Never Last But Tough People Do

Predictably Irrational

The Millionaire Next Door

You Can Negotiate Anything

How To Win Friends And Influence People

The Happiness Trap

The Meaning Of Anxiety

Wherever You Go, There You Are

Siddhartha

Dare

The Upside Of Stress

Self-Compassion: The Proven Power Of Being Kind To Yourself

Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers

Unfuck Your Brain

First, We Make The Beast Beautiful

Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff

The Chimp Paradox

When Panic Attacks

Rewire Your Anxious Brain

Get Out Of Your Mind And Into Your Life


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The Success System That Never Fails

Unlock It

150 Healthy Living Tips You Should Know

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Self Improvement

3 simple tips that will help you reach your full potential!

We all want to become better people, not only for our careers but also in our daily lives. How does the road to self-improvement start? It’s all about the little things!

Find out more about how you can embrace self-improvement with these 3 simple tips!

1) Wake up early every morning and establish a routine.

This might seem weird or very basic, but one of the most useful things you could do is to establish a routine for yourself. Waking up earlier and avoid slacking in bed until the last minute can help you refine your daily focus!

2) Take frequent breaks when you work, so you don’t wear out your focus

Working too many hours straight might lead to exhaustion: take frequent breaks to avoid wearing out your focus! Every 30 minutes, you should aim to take a 5-minutes break, if possible. Ideal, you should go out, take a breath of fresh air, and break the flow, before going back to work!

3) Show an interest in other people.

Sometimes, the journey towards improving yourself starts by interacting with others in a different way. Show an interest in what other people are doing, feeling, or thinking. Ask questions, compliment them for their achievements, show that you are there. Being more grounded in the people (in life and at work) will also help you grow as an individual and gain a much better social status.

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Time Management Tips

have a daily plan

have in between buffer time

stop when you need to

don’t allow distractions

time limit your tasks

use a calendar

use an organizer

learn to say no

know your due dates

aim to be early

focus

track your time on work

don’t worry about minor things

stop time wasters

package similar work together

delegate

prioritize

set reminders

time box your tasks

have clocks, watches, nearby

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Volume Conversions

3 teaspoons – 1 tablespoon

2 tablespoons – 1 fluid ounce

2 cups – 1 pint

2 pints – 1 quart

4 quarts – 1 gallon

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Benefits Of Red Onions

  • nutrient dense
  • regulates hormones
  • regulates blood pressure
  • protects against cancer
  • helps manage diabetes
  • alkalizes the body
  • helps asthma
  • helps allergies
  • helps arthritis
  • antioxidants
  • high in vitamin k
  • high in vitamin c
  • boosts immune system
  • aids weight loss
  • aids digestion
  • anti-inflammatory
  • reduces inflammation
  • reduces blood pressure
  • reduces risk of stroke
  • rich in biotin for maintaining blood sugar balance
  • good source of fiber
  • cardiovascular benefits
  • reduces the amount of free radicals in the body
  • full of manganese for bone production
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Self Care

10/20/18:

Egg yolk contains the majority of vitamins and minerals found in an egg – don’t skip the yolk.

10/20/18

Even if you do not have a true allergy to gluten, you can still have an intolerance and sensitivity to gluten. Symptoms of an intolerance or sensitivity to gluten include gas, bloating, diarrhea, and/or constipation after eating gluten-containing foods.

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