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Julie MorgensternNew York 2009-03-20
@JulieMorgenstrn2,045 days
Organizing and Time Management expert, New York Times best-selling Author, Consultant, and Speaker. Join me on my Facebook page http://t.co/pEMvGOSnzc
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To offset boredom and perfectionism- plan to change activities every thirty minutes to two hours. You'll stay fresh and get more done.
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Recharging on the weekend will give you the energy, accuracy, perspective and patience that are needed during your busy work week.
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Most people work better under pressure. Impose a deadline on yourself.
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"If you have the courage to begin, you have the courage to succeed." David Viscott
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Creating as much structured time for leisure as you do for work can make you feel stimulated and alive.
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Whenever you sit down to tackle items on your to-do list, ask yourself, "What can I finish?" not "What can I start?".
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A to-do not associated with a 'when' rarely gets done. Put it in your calendar and commit to doing it!
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Check out: 5 Open Office Nightmares and How to Survive Them. via @USNewsCareers bit.ly/5OpenOffice
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"With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts." Eleanor Roosevelt
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By having a plan you will be freed from confusion and distraction over what you should do next, or what you might be missing.
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Get a buddy who will leave work with you at a specified time each day. You'll motivate each other to get out on time.
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Less than 2 weeks left to register for Becoming a Time Mgmt Coach webinar! Email ct@juliemorgenstern.com pic.twitter.com/l64neUkKlS
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You can get so much more done--and in less time--when you mono-task.
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"My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there." Charles Kettering
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When you plan in advance, you can figure out not only what you can and can't do, but what you might be able to do in a more efficient way.
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When you are in control of your schedule your life is full of purpose and you fell gratified at the end of each day.
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Life is full of surprises, and the ride can be fun if you have a plan that lets you go with the flow when you need to.
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"What is not started today is never finished tomorrow." Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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"It is never too late—in fiction of in life—to revise" Nancy Thayer
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As long as you are regularly getting to what's important in life, don't worry that you haven't gotten to every single thing.
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For every to-do, ask two questions: How long will this take me? When will I do it?
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"Take calculated risks. That is quite different from being rash." George S. Patton
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A to-do not associated with a 'when' rarely gets done. Put it in your calendar and commit to doing it!
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When you batch tasks, you're more efficient. Cluster your errands, doing them all in one trip or in one day.
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When you are in control of your schedule your life is full of purpose and you fell gratified at the end of each day.
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"There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it." Edith Wharton
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The busier you get, the more essential it is to take a step back, evaluate your priorities, and plan how, you are going to get things done.
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Connect with the things that make you, you—your unique character, experience, strengths, resourcefulness, intelligence, and contribution.
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Happiness at work involves liking what you're doing and being good at it.
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"With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts." Eleanor Roosevelt
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No matter what industry or economic climate, there is a universal definition of when work is working.
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Forcing yourself to consider how long tasks will take raises your awareness and positions you to plan your schedule realistically.
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Write it down. Nothing focuses your thoughts better than writing them down. A bullet-ed list will keep you on point and curb repetition.
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"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." William James
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Focus on the payoff. If you focus on the happiness and success you'll gain from completion, you can often keep yourself moving forward.
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In most instances, it's better to have something completed (even if its less than perfect) than not done at all.
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Just as entrepreneurs empower themselves by knowing their values, they are also empowered by knowing their weaknesses.
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"The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best." Epictetus
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It is important to be true to yourself, so that your social life is an extension of, rather than distraction from, your interests.
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Creating a vibrant personal life is one of the best investments you can make in your work!
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Resist temptation. Shoving one more task in before leaving for a meeting, making a phone call, or finishing a project will make you late.
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When you put your goals in writing, opportunities to realize your dreams begin to present themselves to you, almost as if by magic.
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As long as you are regularly getting to all the important things in your life, you don't have to worry about what you haven't gotten to.
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Doing only one task at a time helps you get more quality work done in less time.
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Create stock responses to routine requests. This will spare you the trouble from re-writing the same message over and over again.
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Start every day by tackling the most critical tasks first.
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Remember that you are in charge of your time.
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Delegating is not something you do to avoid your responsibilities; it's a technique you use to fulfill them.
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When life is hectic you need to keep your sanity and energy for the things that matter most.
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Understanding and embracing what motivates you will change the entire energy with which you approach your day.
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Honor and celebrate that you are an individual and express your unique and personal relationship to time.
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Make sure you plan ahead so you get the most out of your time off and effectively recharge.
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Give yourself permission to love what you love – no matter what it is!
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"The secret of getting ahead is getting started." - Mark Twain
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Nature has a remarkable effect on our state of being- enjoy the outdoors and the awe of the grace, size, and dominance of the natural world.
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Feel the enthusiasm and excitement for whatever activity you are doing, be fully present in the moment.
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Only 4 weeks left to register for Becoming a Time Management Coach webinar! Email ct@juliemorgenstern.com pic.twitter.com/ACFQY3N7zk
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.@JulieMorgenstrn Had a long conversation yesterday w/my checker @HomeGoods about how YOU are a major source of inspo for us. Had to share.
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Sometimes all you need to boost your confidence is one person who believes in you, sees your value, and advocates for you.
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"Be yourself. Who else is better qualified?" Frank J. Giblin
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A situation is never all good or all bad- choose to focus on the positive.
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Take a moment for yourself, breathe deep, and appreciate what is before you.
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It is liberating to do something "out of the box", you don't have to be the best, or even remotely good, to gain value from the experience.
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"Life isn't about finding yourself. Its about creating yourself" George Bernard Shaw
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Have the courage to be quiet with yourself and see what unexpressed aspects of your personality or being you can pull out and give voice to.
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Give everything you do your absolute best effort so you can feel a sense of purpose for every activity and task that you do.
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Appreciating the grace of the simple things makes life more manageable- walking your dog, going to the grocery, driving to work.
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"Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time." Thomas A. Edison
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If you are comfortable living in the moment you can savor everything about the here and now and journey of life becomes a joy.
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Treat yourself to a few of life's little luxuries – it sends a message to your soul that you deserve a good life.
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Tying your "to-do" to a "when" leaves you free to focus on each moment, assured there is time for all you need to do.
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"Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago." Warren Buffett
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Having healthy habits means listening to your body, knowing when it needs to recharge, and honoring that need.
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Check out 8 Ways to Destroy Workplace Distractions dld.bz/dyc98
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Organize your travel preparations so you can pick up and go with minimal anxiety.
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Breaks are extremely beneficial to your productivity. Time how long tasks take you and how long you can work without losing concentration.
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"Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves." James M. Barrie
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Become aware of what's been holding you back can make a monumental difference in your effort to gain control over your time.
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Find the courage to stay empty handed, you don't need external reminders of who you are because your identity comes from within.
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Interested in Becoming A Time Management Coach? Our webinar is coming up in November!
Email ct@juliemorgenstern.com pic.twitter.com/4ecky8YkGQ
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You must take control of your work/life balance to make sure the time you have off is rewarding, refreshing, and energizing.
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"Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions." Dalai Lama
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Remind yourself that if you try and do everything, something, somewhere will get short shrift.
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Focus on giving yourself permission to relax and enjoy your life a little more.
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Time is a container- you want to make sure each thing you put into the closet of your day is meaningful, important, and rewarding to you.
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"Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influences of each."Thoreau
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Connecting to your authentic self is as much about knowing what you're good at as it is knowing what you struggle with.
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It takes courage to face reality –but the benefit is making wiser choices about what you will fit into your day.
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You're on the phone, scanning email, and glancing at a report on your desk, all at the same time. It feels efficient, but it's the opposite.
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"Things turn out best for those who make the best out of the way things turn out." John Wooden
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The way to create calm mornings is by doing as much as you can the night before-- bag lunches, layout clothes, make your to-do lists.
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Give yourself credit for what you have been able to do instead of dwelling on what you haven't achieved.
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Plan to take a ten-minute break every hour to stretch, or do whatever feels right for you, and then get back to work.
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"To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe." Anatole France
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Staying up too late each night? Build relaxation into your evening routine to help yourself wind down- read a book or listen to music.
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Forgive yourself for failures.
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"Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things." Robert Brault
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Keep a joy journal and start paying attention to what makes you happy - and then take more time to indulge in those activities!
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Engage in activities that recharge you-take a walk or call a friend. Doing things you love can have a positive impact on your productivity.
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Consistent patterns of activity boosts mental performance by grouping similar types of activities for efficiency.
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