Conference calls, deadlines, performance reviews, meetings, presentations, … Does this sound just like an average day at the office? Do you sometimes have to cope with a lot of stress?
Then this is the article for you.
” It’s not the load that breaks you down; it’s the way you carry it ~ Lou Holtz
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Nearly half of what we do daily happens on “auto-pilot”. Many routine tasks become habits. Like making coffee in the morning or pulling the handbrake when you park your car. Some habits are good, others are bad. Knowing how to control your habits can help you push forward.
” Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going. ” ~ Jim Ryun
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Don’t we all want to improve our lives? With agenda’s being full and to-do lists getting longer, being able to achieve more in less time is definitely attractive. Luckily there have been many books written about productivity and self-improvement.
But, Before you decide to pick up a book, this might help as well.
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Have you ever wondered how much more you could get done and how much time you would be able to free up if you could be a little bit more productive?
An increase in productivity could mean that you are 100% dedicated to a task without doing unnecessary things or getting distracted.
By realizing you are not always as productive as you would like to be and trying to improve, you’re already on the right track.
Here are 5 ways to boost your productivity.
“Nothing makes a person more productive than the last minute.”
1. Set short achievable deadlines
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“The balance sheet is a snapshot of what a given company owns and owes at the time of reporting.”
The balance sheet is divided into two main halves: “assets” and “liabilities and shareholders’ equity”.
The first half will tell us what the company owns and the second half will show us what the company owes to creditors and shareholders. The two halves should always offset each other as every dollar in assets has been financed either by shareholders’ equity or by creditors (liabilities).
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