Tag: Procrastination

10 Ways to Get Things Done Faster and With Better Results

The last couple of years have been very special for me – I’ve been trying to make some serious and positive changes in life. I’m challenging myself in order to get out of my comfort zone as much as possible and to achieve the results that I am after. And while I believe that I am reaching the set milestones, I think there is always room for improvement, namely in the speed of work. In other words, I am trying to learn how to get things done faster without compromising the quality of the work. Or even better, I want to learn how to get things done faster while getting better results. Sounds realistic?

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6 Real Reasons to Keep a Daily Journal – Living in Awareness

Some of my readers may think that keeping a daily journal is what only little girls do, but don’t be so quick to judge. I will try to convince you that keeping a daily journal is something that each one of us should do if we are seriously looking into changing the quality of our life.

There are mainly two reasons why I decided to bring this topic up and to share it with others. The first reason lies in the fact that keeping a daily journal has tremendously changed me in a positive way in so many different areas of life. The second reason is that the majority of people out there underestimate the power of journaling. We tend to think that keeping a journal has no real practical implications to it, and therefore no use of having one. And even when we do understand the potential of journaling, we procrastinate and are too lazy to do it.

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Procrastination: A Simple Guide on How to Stop Procrastinating Today!

Many of us can agree that one of the biggest evils of life is procrastination. It is that what hinders us from going to the store to get food, cleaning up the apartment, visiting our parents, searching for work, responding on time to our loved ones, brushing teeth, doing homework, preparing for a meeting, etc. As a result, it impacts the overall quality of life.

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