We hear so much about globalization, and see it in a dozen facets of daily life. But there are times, when it touches your heart, you feel a sudden pang of joy. It happened to me this morning, when I found this post over at Lifehacker.com. I have been a loyal lifehacker reader for quite some time now. It had the following today :
Diwãli, the festival of lights, is just a week away.
If there’s a special Hindu, Sikh or Jain person in your life, why not send an eCard to wish them happiness and prosperity?
Hallmark offers several free Diwali cards that you can personalize and send by e-mail.
Being a hindu myself, I was touched by the above post. I am sure posts like these are what would be the first steps in building better global understanding and unity. Thanks lifehacker.
Keith Anderson Bob Walsh from to-done.com, has a nice piece on self-evaluating yourself at periodic intervals to make sure you are indeed being productive.The activity is fairly simple. He suggests a simple excel sheet printed out or a hand-drawn grid. There are two aspects to this sheet. (1) List about 10 activities that you typically do during your day (2) A grid showing your typical work hours divided into 15 minute intervals. Keith reasons out – why 15 min intervals. 5 mins is too small, but 1 hour is too large for our distraction filled universe. Do this for 3-4 days, and you will know if you are indeed being productive.
Read the original post at : www.to-done.com
Get the excel sheet for your time audit here.
Rule 7: Do the Work.Interesting piece in lifehack.org. The professor stumbles upon a list of advise for students (but equally applicable for any profession). The list consists of some funny and witty rules. The seventh rule nullifies all rules above it and below.
The only rule is work. If you work, it will lead to something. It’s the people who do all of the work all the time who eventually catch on to things.
So people, just work. Just do it 🙂
Read more of the article here.