11 Tips to Get the Most From Your Days Off | Scott H Young
Spend a day reviewing your life’s trajectory to inject new energy into goals that might otherwise lose motivation over time.
Check what’s going well and what isn’t? Plan, set big goals or adapt your approach.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
Trying to get work done uses the same principle as running: You have to pace yourself. Runners that sprint at the beginning will be tired out long before they reach the finish line.
After you finish your daily list, you don't work on more projects or tasks. After you complete the weekly list, you're done for the week.
“Most people have no clue what they are doing with their time but still complain that they don’t have enough.”..."
You have all the time in the world if you know how to utilize the time you’re given.
There are no limits on time. You can complete as much work as you want — if you have the right mindset and environment
Reading is a habit of compounding growth. When reading, you'll learn more, and you'll generate ideas and motivation for making other changes.
Reading books means you're getting more concentra...
The real cause of reading too few books is that you don't enjoy it enough.
Don't feel compelled to finish a book that has become boring, predictable or unhelpful. Start a new one. You can have many books through various states of completion. Some won't be finished, and that's okay. Reading less is worse than having a few go unfinished.
An obstacle to your reading habit is not having enough interesting books waiting to be read.
Create a list of potentially good books. If you have a Kindle or eReader, get samples of any book you might want to read — Source your wishlist from suggestions from other writers and authors. When someone recommends a book on a blog or tweet, add it to your wishlist.