The world is changing. So long are those days where go to college and get a job that you stay in for the next twenty to thirty years! Millennials are learning the hard way as they enter the workforce. People are finding various ways to add value to the public. In our so called “gig economy”, information is the new currency. We also can no longer wait for our employer to promote and develop us. We have to be proactive and committed to self-development, gain the experience you need and keep moving toward what you want to do. Your ability to learn and implement new information is going to be the key to your success and making your dreams happen.
Have you ever gotten so excited about getting started on a new habit, you jump in full speed on day one and by the day seven, you are done with it? Think about the last time that happened. How does it make you feel. Do you feel disappointed, ashamed, upset, or guilty?
Pericles, an influential and important leader of Athens during the Athenian Golden Age said, “Time is the wisest counselor of all.” Perhaps you are at a point in your life where you realize that time is fleeting and you must spend your time more efficiently, not wasting it on frivolous things or things that hold us back.
We’re always looking for ways to get more important things done in less time. Today I want to share with you 3 simple tips you can implement right away to get you to be more efficient.
How do you deal with people who all of a sudden flip the switch and go on a power trip? Guess….One more try…..You ignore it? Wrong! You deal with it! For some odd reason or another, certain individuals want to display power antics to allow themselves to feel superior. Typically it arises out of frustration from one’s own superiority complex or equity. It can be the result of not feeling appreciated at work as well as at home. These weak-minded people can be difficult to work with. They allow their frustrations to get the best of them and end up taking it out on their colleagues. Some people just sit back and take the rants and raves, others or not as willing.
You’ve heard of Tim Ferriss, right?
Tim is the best-selling author of the 4-hour Work Week that has really helped me and so many other people gain more productivity in our hectic lives. He is the ultimate example of experimentation and life hacks.
Tim’s Ferriss’s latest project, The 4-Hour Body, has been the result of an obsessive quest, spanning more than a decade, to hack the human body. It contains the collective wisdom of hundreds of elite athletes, dozens of MDs and thousands of hours of jaw-dropping personal experimentation. From Olympic training centers and NASA scientists to black-market laboratories, from Silicon Valley to South Africa, Tim’s been fixated on one life-changing question:
What are the tiniest changes that produce the biggest results?