Each second in life passes and can never be gained back. If you regret the past time now, why weren't you using it well in the first place?
To improve yourself, you must first understand the power of time and the ways in which you can use it so that you don't have regrets.
- Schedule. Plan each day right down to the second before you sleep. When will you awake? How long will it take you to get ready? How much time does it take to reach work? How many hours will you stay at work? What will you do after - read, study, or work on a business venture? If you wish to control your life, schedule well so that you can account for any lost time.
- Try It. Many believe they're not ready for the next stage or next job, but you'll never be ready. Jump into it. Apply for that job. Start that new activity. You'll learn as you go. Now, this doesn't mean you shouldn't prepare. There is an amount of preparation that should occur, but at a certain time you must try that new avenue.
- Try Try Again. If you fail, learn from your mistakes and try again. Success won't come if you just try without the learning part. No person has ever succeeded without failure. Even the best healthcare professionals had to experience some down points in their lives. They didn't fret. They saw what they did wrong and tried again.
- Aim High. Always aim high. Many people don't aim high because they don't think highly of themselves. You have to believe you have the work ethic, smarts, and perseverance to succeed. If you wish to be the head of your Company division, study the behaviors of other successful heads. Analyze the reasons for their success and how adopting their actions can help you. Don't be afraid. As a great man once said: 'Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.'
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