Self-Coach Sunday 62: Work Smarter, Not Harder

How do you do this? Over the next ten blog posts you will gain some insight on how to become more efficient, productive and effective by doing less, not more. The 80/20 rules suggest 80 percent of your results will come from 20 percent of your efforts. In theory, you could eliminate 80 percent of what you are currently doing. That, is working smarter.

Please continue to follow the next ten blog posts. The will show you coaching pointers on how to work smarter while having more fun.

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Self-Coach Sunday 59: Find Your Path In Life

Knowing what you want to do in life can be the key to happiness. Those with a plan, vision, purpose or goal will naturally attract people who are interested in going in the same direction.

Ask yourself these questions:

  1. What is my purpose in life?
  2. What am I hear to accomplish or learn?
  3. What’s in my soul and heart to do?

Then, write down the answers in the form of a statement.  Ex. my purpose is to learn and love as fully as possible. Or, my purpose is to be a happy traveler. Your purpose does not have to be earth-shattering in scope. Be honest, real and simple.

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Self-Coach Sunday 39: Procrastinate With A Purpose

Procrastination may have a bad reputation. Many people consider it a weakness. What if it were a good thing? What if it showed you the way to living your dreams and reaching your true goals?

Ask yourself: why do I procrastinate? Is it because you don’t like doing something? See if you can get rid of that task or delegate it to someone else. Try to find a way to remove that thing you don’t like doing. Do you procrastinate because you can’t find the time? Design your schedule so that you build in recurring time for this task. Do you procrastinate because you don’t really want to do something? Then evaluate whether this goal is worth having in the first place. Do you get stuck? Then get help with the task. Do you need time to mull things over? Take the time to get your thoughts together. At some point, you will be ready to start that goal again. Are you afraid? Yes, you may fail, but then you will have to live with knowing you never tried. Far better to do it and fail, then being weighted down with the “what if.”

I hope this helps you see the value in why procrastination is a good thing. It can show you the way to a solution.  Just make that list of all the things your are procrastinating about and then figure out the reason. Then you will know what it all means.

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Wellness Coaching Pointer: Work Smarter, Not Harder

How do you do this? Over the next ten blog posts you will gain some insight on how to become more efficient, productive and effective by doing less, not more. The 80/20 rules suggest 80 percent of your results will come from 20 percent of your efforts. In theory, you could eliminate 80 percent of what you are currently doing. That, is working smarter.

Please continue to follow the next ten blog posts. The will show you coaching pointers on how to work smarter while having more fun.

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If you are interested in coaching or have questions, please feel free to contact me.

Please visit my Facebook Page.

Wellness Coaching Pointer: Find Your Path In Life

Knowing what you want to do in life can be the key to happiness. Those with a plan, vision, purpose or goal will naturally attract people who are interested in going in the same direction.

Ask yourself these questions:

  1. What is my purpose in life?
  2. What am I hear to accomplish or learn?
  3. What’s in my soul and heart to do?

Then, write down the answers in the form of a statement.  Ex. my purpose is to learn and love as fully as possible. Or, my purpose is to be a happy traveler. Your purpose does not have to be earth-shattering in scope. Be honest, real and simple.

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If you are interested in coaching or have questions, please feel free to contact me.

Please visit my Facebook Page.