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Professional Matchmakers explain why it’s important to prioritise finding happiness with that special someone.
Routine is a funny old thing. Nobody wants to fall in to a bad one, but we all know that a routine is needed to achieve goals. The trick to making sure your routine does not fall flat on its face is to reassess and rework it regularly. It is important in business not to get caught up in an old, boring, or out of date routine. Routines need to be continuously moving and changing.
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A dream body in four weeks may sound far-fetched but it is actually possible to lose between 10 and 15 pounds over the course of four weeks, with a sensible food plan and the right help, support, and advice. The trick is to stop the procrastination and take action — today.
A dream body in four weeks may sound far-fetched but it is actually possible to lose between 10 and 15 pounds over the course of four weeks, with a sensible food plan and the right help, support, and advice. The trick is to stop the procrastination and take action today.
1. Take charge of your time. If days just seem to slip away and it is often mid afternoon before you make any headway on your tasks then you are not in control. Begin by monitoring your time, this will help you pinpoint where any problems lie. Get a sheet of paper and make three columns with headings such as Time Started, Activity, and Time Taken. Write down everything you do over a few days.
How many times do we here the words I don’t have enough time?
A job, healthier finances, a better work/life balance or more quality time with your family. Goals are the starting point of creating a new reality but without proper thought and planning many of them are doomed to failure.
When you wake up in the morning do you wish you could go back to sleep? Does getting through each day seem difficult and exhausting?
“Oh, look at the time, where has the day gone?” or “How am I going to get all these jobs done before bedtime?” are familiar moans.