What do you say about yourself? Are you a happy person? If your reply is in negative then you need to think over it. All your education, intelligence, money, status and success is meaningless if you are not living a happy life. What is the reason of living if a person is not happy with his life?
For most people the caption of this article “Work Less, Enjoy More” may seem to be misleading as they may perhaps be believing in “Work More, Enjoy Less” formula. To me, life is a beautiful gift of God so enjoy every moment of your life. Enjoy as much as you can.
Another point worth considering is that if you can get better pay and quick promotion by working less then why work more. Why deprive yourself of the opportunity of enjoying life.
In just 30 minutes a day, you can be on your way, to success and happiness. Am I kidding? No, I am not. Take my words seriously. I am going to tell you a simple but highly effective success formula. Follow me.
Before going to bed, do not watch TV, movies or listen to music. Most people do this mistake and, therefore, remain unsuccessful and unhappy. You may not agree with me but this is a fact. After a hectic day’s work our mind and body need rest in complete silence. Before going to bed you need to switch off all kind of external noise and calm down internally.
Helping yourself to become more dynamic and successful can be a little intimidating if you have never done it before. It can easily lead to a bad case of information overload because of all of the tools and resources available to you. Here are some tips to assist you in getting all of this information organized to a point where you can start improving your life now.
There are many different steps that are necessary to succeed by creating a positive change in your life. Our "present" is generally fueled by one of two things. This is, we either hang on to the past in a relentless manner, or we look ahead to our future. While it is good to look to the past, as well as to the future, we should make every effort to do so in a positive and constructive manner. Reflection and anticipation are only successful for us when we are:
We can learn a great deal about the qualities and behaviors that lead to success and fulfillment in life simply by observing children. I myself once attended a mini?success seminar while sitting in a local sandwich shop.
There I was, eating my turkey hero, when a mother entered the store with her two young kids — a boy and a girl who each looked to be about four or five years old.
"Treat everybody else as if they were you." These words gave me pause. I wonder what it would be like if we each did what this "unknown author" is advocating?
Would she still have abandoned her station at the airport fast food restaurant to get a fork and share a pastry with her friend while her customers waited if she followed this adage? Would he still have sat by the window of the plane with his feet on the seat and knees in my husband's space? And would he have cut off the driver in back of him causing her to miss her exit in urban rush hour? Probably not.
If you own a company or manage a department, part of the reason you’ve come this far is because you’re good at what you do. But inspiring the people who work for you to give their best efforts is another skill altogether. It’s hard to complete tasks well and on time if your staff isn’t on the same page with you, or if they don’t share your commitment to success.
Are you frustrated by employees who don’t perform as well as expected? It may be time to take a look at your leadership style. Here are five common mistaken beliefs that may be interfering with your effectiveness as a boss.
Years ago I read a great book called "How to be a Star at Work" by Robert E. Kelley. This book became and continues to be one of the "100 Best Business Books of All Time" and the "#1 Career Book" ranked by The New York Daily News. The author makes the argument that "stars are made, not born". This is terrific news for anyone who is looking for ways to become a star at work.
Based on Kelley’s book, there are 9 breakthrough strategies you need to succeed. Here are his strategies and some of his ideas as well as my thoughts on how to awaken the star within you:
I am often asked about the characteristics of successful people' the qualities, traits and habits that make them successful. Those who ask wonder (1) if there are indeed common habits or traits that can be linked to success, and (2) whether they could achieve some level of success by applying those qualities. The answer to both questions is 'yes!'
The characteristics below are not all-inclusive. But they are all important, if not the most important, ingredients for success.
Here is my list: