Most of us are quite unhappy with god for he gave us only 24 hours in a day. We often crib about never having enough time! Life is like a constant race against time, and time seems to win more often than not. Every night before going to bed we remember all those chores we couldn’t finish because of lack of time! Is it really god’s fault that made the day so short?
Perhaps not, most of us hate to acknowledge the fact but we know that there are quite a few people around us who seem to be quite happy with a 24-hour day. So what is it that these people have? Some special skill or a magic mantra? Truth is, people who don’t crib about lack of time know how manage it.
Managing your time: Self-discipline and training the mind
The key to time management is self-discipline and persistence. Virtues, that are not difficult to develop but require a certain degree of motivation and determination.
The power to stay motivated to stick to a goal lies in the mind. While some people are either naturally programmed or are brought up in an environment which promotes self-discipline, there are others who need to make a conscious effort to acquire this skill. Making conscious efforts to make self discipline a habit requires considerable amount of time and patience. However, one can speed up the process by using the power of the subconscious. Listening to Subliminal messages is considered to be an effective way to influence the subconscious so that it gets attuned to ones conscious desires.
Subliminal messages are suggestions which are the beyond the perception of the conscious mind but can communicate directly with the subconscious. Such subliminal cds can send positive messages into your mind to reprogram your negative behavior patterns and replace them with positive thoughts, and habits which can improve your time management ability immensely.
Learning how to manage our time is perhaps one of the best gifts that we can give ourselves. Not only can this skill give us an edge over others in terms of our career but can also help us nurture our personal relationships.