When you get right down to it, time management is really about managing your actions. We all want to use the process of time management to allow us to perform more actions in the day, getting everything done that needs to be done and giving us time to do the things we enjoy doing.
Action Vs. Inaction: Spring is a great antidote to long cold winters. It's the same with action and inaction. Action is a powerful antidote to the stagnation of inactivity. Being creatively alive involves abandoning a position of inaction in circumstances which have traditionally immobilized you. The name of the game is action. Doing. Overcoming your inertia and acting will give you a whole new lease on being creatively alive.
Every game ends by declaring a winner (and obviously a loser) but these tags should not be taken to heart. So the question which needs to be answered is: How should you behave after winning (or losing) a game? And the answer to this important question is already written in a well known quote which … Continue reading Handling the situation: Winning and Losing
I called up my friend, Gourav Singla, to know what was done in the class as I was absent because of heavy rain. And this is what he said, "Thank you Manhar, my speech was the best, which you helped me to write." And I was like, "Really? (Not surprised for being the best but … Continue reading Action > Fruit