Smart Work & Time Management - Motivational By Sandwip Maheshwari

Although our phones are becoming smarter day by day, we are becoming unstarted. Unsmart in the sense, managing our time. Because we are unconsciously wasting most of the time. The key to do smart work is efficiently managing the time. Hence, if we can master the art of time management, only then we can do the smart work. So, how to manage time and do smart work, let's learn it today.

Motivational By Sandwip Maheshwari
Motivational By Sandwip Maheshwari 


Sandwip Maheshwari


Easy idea 1: Question yourself Many times it happens, we sit to study and then a thought of doing something comes into our mind, and we get diverted. Like, let's check how many likes do I get on my new DP, or let's check if there are any new messages on WhatsApp, then finally we open our mobile and the rest become history. We waste hours & hours just by scrolling down meaninglessly. So, how to stop ourselves from doing it? The easiest way to stop here is self-questioning. If you observe a little deeply, you will find the center point of every thought is a desire. The moment, that thought of doing something else comes into our mind, we have to ask a simple question to kill that desire, that is, at this moment what is the most important thing for me? Is it scrawling facebook or is it studying? Now, to get the clear answer we need to set some ground rules, like, if it is between 7-10 am in the morning, then at this time, the most important thing for me is studying after 10 am maybe I can spend some time on Facebook. But now for me, the most important thing is studying. Every time you catch yourself procrastinating, you have to ask this question to yourself, "What is the most important thing for me at this time?". It will kill your thought process and will make you focused.

Smart Work & Time Management


Easy idea 2: Repeat it, in your mind Suppose you want to do exercise, you know it's good for you, but you are not feeling like it, your mind is resisting you. Obviously, it will, because, it is a painful thing for the mind. But, no pain no gain. So, how can you convince your mind to do so. Here the key is your subconscious mind, it is already scientifically proven, that all the things we do on a daily basis, 90% of them are controlled by our subconscious mind, our behaviors are hugely influenced by it. So to change its direction we need a connection with our subconscious mind, and that connection can only be established by continuously repeating something in our mind. You are not feeling like exercising? In your mind, Repeat again and again "I love doing exercise, I love doing exercise, I love doing exercise, I love doing exercise" for at least 1min continuously and see the magic. Ancient Buddha has a famous quote, "what we think, we become". In this way, easily you can test it, whether it is true or not.

Easy idea 3: One thing at a time Nowadays we are so busy, that we don't have a separate time for eating our lunch or dinner. While eating also, we are continuously operating our smartphones, or maybe watching TV. As a result, what is happening? We are suffering from different types of digestion problems. Because when we eat consciously, only then saliva that is necessary for digestion, come out into our mouth, but due to unconscious eating we are missing it. As a result, we are damaging our digestive system ourselves. When we try to focus on more than one thing simultaneously, our powers get divided, and none of them get executed properly. This is not so smart. Sometimes we name it multitasking, which is absolutely not, multitasking itself is a virtual concept, which even computers cannot do. Computer switches between different tasks so fast that it seems to the naked eye that all of the tasks are being executed simultaneously, which is just an illusion. So for god sake, stop calling it multitasking. By doing more than one thing at a time we just waste our efficiency. Only when we do something with our full attention, then only it is called smart work and time management. I have learned these things from Sandeep Maheshwari's smart work and time management session,
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