10 Life Efficiency Rules All rules will inspire you to do the right thing from the beginning.
"When time never stops for us,then why do we always wait for the right time? No time is wrong to do the right things. If you got to do something, do it, because its now or never..."
Efficiency is impossible without action. Here are the 10 life efficiency rules that will inspire you to do the right thing from the beginning. “It is more than probable that the average man could, with no injury to his health, increase his efficiency fifty percent.” - Walter Scott
Rule # 1: Practice Practice makes perfect… at least that’s what they say. While you may never quite meet your own personal expectations for perfection, practice will make you more efficient at whatever you do. Always remember, if the activity is the art, practice is the science of improving the art.
“Practice does not make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect.” - Vince Lombardi
Rule # 2 : Rest If you have ever tried to bench press heavy weight you know that the 1st set is much easier than the 2nd. This is because your muscles are 100% rested before the 1st set. Now substitute your mind for your muscles. If it never gets proper rest, it will not be capable of operating at full capacity on the 1st set… let alone the 2nd and 3rd.
“Rest when you're weary. Refresh and renew yourself, your body, your mind, your spirit. Then get back to work.” -Ralph Marston
Rule # 3 : Think The act of thinking sparks creativity, and creativity is one of the primary sources for increased efficiency. Unhindered thought will lead us in new directions and open doors that were once hidden. Only after we think about it will we truly realize what we are missing.
Never blame a day in your lifeGood days give you happinessBad days give you experienceBoth are essential in lifeAll are God blessings
Rule # 4 : Walk A moderate paced walk provides exercise for the body and stimulation for the mind. It gets our blood moving and frees our thoughts from the restrictions of a static environment. A regular routine of walking will make you more efficient at being alive.
“Walking is the best possible exercise. Habituate yourself to walk very fast.” -Thomas Jefferson
Rule # 5 : Read Close to 50% of all communication is in written form. With that said, could anyone possibly learn at an efficient pace without reading? The answer is no… so learn to enjoy the act of reading, and read as much as you can.
“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” -Margaret Fuller
Rule # 6 : Prepare Without suitable preparation and organization our actions are merely a shot in the dark. If we want to stand a chance at attaining our goals we must prepare ourselves to efficiently deal with the obstacles that lay ahead.
“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” - Benjamin Franklin
Rule # 7 : Focus If you never focus clearly on something, you will never be 100% efficient at anything. Multi-tasking might seem to make you efficient at getting multiple tasks done at once, but it usually reduces your efficiency in dealing with each individual task. This ultimately results in a reduced overall performance output.
“The greatest definition for concentration I ever heard is: Wherever you are, be there!" - Jim Rohn
Rule # 8 : Start Well begun is half done. Nothing could be closer to the truth. Some of the greatest ideas ever thought never made it. Why? Because the genius behind the idea failed to take action. Just remember, no action results in a 100% failure rate, or an efficiency rate of zero.
"Effort only fully releases its reward after a person refuses to quit"
Rule # 9 : Listen If you don’t listen to others you will live a lifetime of talking to yourself. Not only will you continuously be unaware of what is going on, but nobody will want to speak with you either. The most complex problems are solved by groups of people who communicate efficiently with one another. If you don’t listen, you will be left behind.
“If you wish to know the mind of a man, listen to his words.” - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Rule # 10 : Fail Failure is the first step toward success. Most people don’t get it right the first time. Many people fail to get it right the first 5 times. Remember, strong-willed persistence always eclipses failure. It may take more than one swing to compose an efficient hit, so don’t give up on strike #1. Instead, interpret each failure as a lesson on the road to victory.
See a mistake as just a mistake.Not as "My" or "His" mistakeBecause"My' brings Guilty&"His" brings Anger.Only mistake brings realization & improvement...!!!
“There are two ways to face the future. One way is with apprehension; the other is with anticipation.” -Jim Rohn Thank You Very Much Sompong Yusoontorn