We should ask ourselves these questions while listening to a great rock n roll song:
Did I take care of my business? Did I take care of my health? Did I take care of my financial and budgeting? Did I take care of my family, friends and relationships? Did I take care of my personal development goals? Did I take care of developing and strengthening new skills for my career?
What kind of business did you take care of: Today? This week? This month? This year?
Procrastination will lead to laziness. Put your body in motion and just "move".
This is without a doubt one of the best story I have ever read. Heartfelt and emotional.
A teacher in New York decided to honor each of her seniors in high school by telling them the difference they each made. She called each student to the front of the class, one at a time. First she told each of them how they made a difference to her and the class. Then she presented each of them with a blue ribbon imprinted with gold letters, which read, "Who I Am Makes A Difference".
Afterward's, the teacher decided to do a class project to see what kind of impact recognition would have on the community. She gave each of the students three more ribbons and instructed them to go out and spread this acknowledgment ceremony. Then they were to follow up on the results, see who honored whom and report back to the class in about a week.
Yes the recession did affect us, some harder than others.
Losing a job sucks big time.
It might have affected our budget, relationships, careers, opportunities, schooling
But we should not let these setbacks and obstacles affect the way we think and how we will rebound to be more successful again.
Understandably, having these setbacks can take a toll on us but we have to be more resilient and resourceful.We need to realize that we have intangible qualities that helps us to succeed and overcome any adversity.
How much is your T.I.M.E. worth and how do you make it more valuable?
We need to remember that T.I.M.E. is a very valuable commodity.Sometimes we do not realize how much T.I.M.E. we waste in a day, a week, a month or even a year.
Everyone who lives in an urbanized community, understands that we do not have enough time to do everything we must or need to do.Often we are caught up in a rat race, which allows us to believe that we have all the time in the world to do whatever we want.But in reality, we all have our responsibilities to uphold, which takes time.
Great video on motivating you to manage your time more effectively and still having fun while doing it. Remember: Randy's life advice on time management is about F U N How much is time worth to you? Where and how can you find more time in your hectic daily living?
Today is Monday and how would you like to start your week?
What would you like to accomplish each day of this week? What dreams and goals have you taken the T.I.M.E. to plan out?
Are you going to take the T.I.M.E. to make your week more worthwhile and fulfilling? What areas would you like to focus on this week? 1) Your health? 2) Your family/friends relationships? 3) Your financial plans? 4) Your Career? 5) Your Spiritual side?
We should all take our T.I.M.E. to really push ourselves to be better each day.
What do we mean when we say "Take C.A.R.E.?" What "should" we mean when we say "Take C.A.R.E?"
Too often we "judge" a book by its cover. Don't we? Why don't we all take a little extra time once in awhile and try to get to know or understand a person better. Remember: "People don't C.A.R.E. how much you know until they know how much you C.A.R.E."
We are constantly surrounded by societal constraints, peer pressure and our unawareness of conformity.Here is your chance to break out of it all and take back control of your life and change how you want to live on your terms.This can be achieved by taking your first step toward being more;
accepting, open-minded, curious about life, creative, closer to our inner childlike qualities, thankful, compassionate, inspired.