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5种浪费时间的行为以及停止的方式

更新时间:2012-10-16    来源/发布:www.en369.cn    作者/编辑:英语作文网

When surveyed, the most popular subject on which HG life coaching clients wanted coaching was time m 0
When surveyed, the most popular subject on which HG life coaching clients wanted coaching was time management. So I am dedicating today's blog to helping you stop squandering your time and feeling out of control about it. We live in an age where you can't possibly get everything done. It's time to accept that. But, I still want you to get a lot of dreams accomplished and feel great about what you do with your days. It's important to face the fact that time is the currency of life and it's sacred. You cannot accomplish everything, but you can accomplish a lot of what is important to you with awareness, smart thinking and good promises. Now, read on for five ways you waste time and how to stop.

1) You think giving less effort feels better.

I learn this almost every time I exercise. My mentality is that if I conserve my energy, I will feel better. It's like I don't want to give in to the point of exercising! Luckily, I notice this (or remember my coach recommending it) and kick it up to giving 100 percent. Jumping actually feels better than trying to keep my feet on the floor during aerobics. All of a sudden, I am way more out of breath; I even may need to take an occasional break, but undeniably, I feel proud and happy. I have just made my workout more efficient, more fun and more empowering (so maybe I could spend less time). The high from endorphins and pushing myself also lasts far beyond the workout.

This has universal implications. Think of times when you gave 100 percent to something. You probably resisted at first and then some higher voice kicked in, or some urgency (like a due date looming or a wedding gown to fit into) and suddenly you became bionic. Well, it turns out you can press the "bionic button" yourself, any time, if you want. Today. Regarding any "to do" you have, even if it's laundry. It will make you faster, smarter and more fun.

2) You think it's not your job.

I am upset to find that I waste mental energy denying, avoiding or justifying not getting to certain tasks, like thinking through something or cleaning up something. I tell myself someone else could do it better, or I'd be enabling someone else's dependency if I did it, or it's just not my job. All of these are code for "brat attack." The truth is, if it's "talking to me," it's probably mine to handle. It doesn't mean I can't delegate it, but I have to actually do that. The coaching: For all "to dos" that cross your path, boldly claim them as yours (and plan to accomplish them) or boldly and clearly delegate them. Either way, it is more efficient than discussing it with yourself or others ad nasueum.

3) You don't like to ask for help.

I swear, playing martyr often feels better in the moment than actually being powerful and effective. I actually get scared at the mere thought of effectively running a huge business. It keeps me feeling comfortable to be stressed, overwhelmed and mired in details. If I asked for help, then I'd have to be clear, direct, lead, be strategic and think bigger. Hard. Scary. (Me=Chicken.) If I asked for help, then I wouldn't look like I had it all together. If I asked for help, then I wouldn't get credit for doing everything myself. (Me=Brat.)

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