• Organising Your Life

    More Time for Leisure

    by  • March 12, 2012 • Organising Your Life

    “Whether it’s educating a father-to-be on what to expect when his wife is expecting. Or a CEO who encourages his staff to take lunchtime surfing breaks. The age of widespread work/life balance seems to be finally dawning,” according to Bigman and Noer in Forbes Magazine. The snag is that this was in 2007 prior...

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    A Self-Knowledge Reality Check

    by  • February 8, 2012 • Organising Your Life

    Occasional self-knowledge reality checks are every bit as important as health checks. This set of self-help exercises will guide you though the process. 1. Identify your current level of self-knowledge The Personality Test at http://www.learnmyself.com will give you a clear picture of what you think about yourself. You will do the test in about...

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    Get your Life Balance Right

    by  • January 26, 2012 • Happiness, Organising Your Life

    Happiness is the only answer to stress. Start the journey with these five easy-to-use tools. 1. Personal Life Areas Some personal life areas like health, relationships and money are obvious. But others like habits, character, and ethics are less likely to occur to us. The following list will give you a feel for the...

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    Organise your inbox and your life

    by  • September 28, 2011 • Organising Your Life

    “Is your inbox bursting at the seams with stuff that should not be there? It’s your failure to clear out all the emails not requiring action that causes this chaos”, declares Oliver Burkeman of the Guardian. Every email can be identified as either “active ” or “reference” he insists and if you don’t treat these...

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