Thursday, February 24, 2011


Take a right turn, than again take a right turn, then again take a right turn, and then again take a right turn..... answer where you would be .......obviously where you started from.

Anyhow back to what tip for today is there from HBR, i wonder how they get something new yet so obvious everyday. Anyhow, they are of some weight anyhow.

Everyone of us thinks what we want to be or do in 1 year, 5 years or 10 years time, but guys, what about today. Have we got this day planned, what if Crude Oil passes $105 mark today, are we sure we have enough margin to tackle today's quotes or are we planned on what you want to have for lunch today. What if we don't see tomorrow??
When you're working on large goals, days can easily blend together. Instead of thinking about what needs to happen today, you're focusing on what needs to get done this week, month, or quarter. But, don't lose sight of what's in front of you: one day of work. By starting each day right, you're more likely to do the work that leads to achievement of those bigger goals. When you begin your day, pause and ask yourself whether you are ready for what is to come. Are you prepared for all your meetings? Do you know what work you need to accomplish? What risks can you anticipate and prepare for? Answering these questions will help you make the most of each day and set you up for success in the long term.
 Today's Management Tip was adapted from "A Life-or-Death Question to Start Your Day" by Peter Bregman.
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