HBR is a great resources. Check out some of their podcasts on the HRB IdeaCast Podcast.
In today's busy world, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, too busy, anxious, confused or just worn out.
If you're feeling like this make a decision to take control and make 5 minutes in your day to allow yourself to refresh, reset, reboot and reconnect.
I hope you enjoy this audio.
Below is an eBook on how to Work Smarter and Master Time Management.
There are templates at the back of the book that you can use to help you identify where your time goes.
Let me know your thoughts on the book.
The Wheel of Life is an effective tool to help you understand the important areas in your life. It allows you time to think about where you are now, and where you would like to be in certain areas of your life, such as, Love, Work, Relationships, Financial security, Connection etc.
It's up to you to decide what areas you want to focus on, the tool allows you to use any aspect of life that is important to you.
By following these simple steps, this tool will help you better understand which areas of your life are flourishing and which ones you would like to be different.
Once you recognise gaps in areas that are important to you, you can then create a plan on how to bridge those gaps.
Let me know how you go using this simple, but effective tool.
Don’t be stuck in the past - Wake Up and Drive Your Boat!
By Wayne Dwyer - https://bolstablog.wordpress.com/2008/09/11/boat/
This metaphor illustrates the importance of recognizing the past for what it is.
Imagine that you are on a boat headed north at around forty knots.
As you stand on the stern, looking down into the water, three questions come to mind.
First, you ask yourself, What is the wake?
The answer is that the wake is nothing more than the trail left behind.
The second question is, What is driving the ship?
The answer is that the Present Moment Energy that you are generating through the engine is driving the ship.
Finally, you ask yourself the most important question:
Is it possible for the wake to drive the ship?
The answer is no, of course, for the wake is just a trail that is left behind.
It can never drive the boat!
Now imagine that the boat is your life, and the wake is all the things that have happened in the past—what your body is like, what your parents were like, where you were in the birth order, how your mother treated you, whether your father was an alcoholic, and anything else.
Most people live with the illusion that their wakes are “driving” their lives—which is absolutely impossible.
In order to nourish your soul, you must be able to “get out of the wake.”
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