Are you a perfectionist? Does the need for a 100% flawless work or result cause you to avoid starting projects? Do you not lose out on moving forward, when waiting for perfection? In this competitive world, being ideal may often be expected of you, but what are the pitfalls?
Working smart, boosting productivity and realizing your dreams (personal and professional) are things that you aim for, right? How do you plan to achieve the success that you want on a daily basis?
How do you ensure that you live your life in such a way that you achieve your desired results? For example, if you’re a successful professional, you may still feel lonely. On the other hand, if you have a loving family but no proper life goals, then you could still feel incomplete, right?
You live your whole life doing things every single day, that add up to months, and then years… Do you feel that you sometimes waste your time or do things that you later on regret? How to plan for and ensure that you make the most of your life…
While I blog about ‘tips to make your daily life easier!’, I’ll focus on personal development and professional life in this post. Why? Because I’m sure that while looking for life tips, your professional progress must be one of your top priorities!
Every time you end the year, you look back to see what you’ve achieved and what you plan for the next year. Your goals, objectives and New Year resolutions are what drive you to achieve a better and more meaningful life!
What’s the ultimate secret to success? Different people would give different answers to this question. However, while many things do truly contribute to your success, without perseverance/persistence, all your efforts would fall apart! As per the Oxford Dictionaries perseverance is ‘Persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success’.
We’ve all gone through times when we know that we’ve worked hard, felt exhausted, and yet missed our set targets! This may apply to both, your personal/professional circumstances.
Today I woke up, and went out for a morning stroll in my garden before breakfast. I was thrilled to benefit from the comfortable warmth of the morning sunshine (as in Mauritius, we’re in winter, and it’s getting cold for our usual hot tropical climate!). I practiced yoga, deep breathing, and meditated, confirming to myself that I was indeed right, not to hit the snooze button today!