Doing more – becoming more and achieving more is surprisingly easy.
Everybody wants to do more; become more efficient and achieve more.
But only a few can boast about how productive and efficient their daily life processes are.
“Art is never finished, only abandoned.” – Leonardo Da Vinci
The creative process is much about preparation and good habits as these can drive you beyond places where inspiration stops.
People today are busy beings. Buzzing with activities all round the clock. Flooding brim full task lists are now commonplace. But even with this all round busyness, some stuff still lingers on – never getting done and punctuality has become elusive to many. Continue reading
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”
– Lao Tzu
There was this friend of mine who some years ago decided to organise his life. He got a digital Calendar, a goal tracker and some other goal setting/ scheduling tools.
The hurdles on the path of a creative person who wants to pursue a career in her craft used to be boundless. First you’d need to be an apprentice under a master where you learn the basics of the craft after which you’re allowed to set out on your own.
Some weeks ago I wrote a post about some dangerous creativity killers. In it I described the way they attack our creative muscles. I then promised to write a sequel to that post which would discuss how to defeat those creativity muscles dulling things. Well, here we are – this is the sequel.
“Little by little, the bird builds its nest.”
– French Proverb
I’ve said it many times that an average human being has more than s/he can handle every day. These overwhelm the ability to hit targets.
It is to this end that humans look for productivity Continue reading
As human beings, we get overwhelmed. We get drained by a flood of tasks that characterizes our daily lives.
Brim full task lists is our signature.
But so is crossing over to a new day with unfinished tasks.
The work remains undone; the page remains blank and we feel like beating ourselves up. All these can be attributed to a single cause – An overwhelming number of things to do.
It overpowers our ability to tackle them resulting in zero days or worse still – countless unfinished tasks.
It leaves us burnt out with nothing to show for it.
It is true that your usefulness is as much as what you know and can do.
That your worth defines how you are valued.