Tips for saving your daily energy and time

Tips for saving your daily energy and time:

— Don’t take things personally
— Don’t compare yourself with others and focus on yourself, read this wonderful post You are you… Don’t compare with anyone…
— Don’t hold on to past.
— Don’t check Facebook, Instagram every now and then.
— Be positive, think positive, say positive and stay positive.
— Don’t take stress.

— Sleep on time and have 6 – 7 hours of daily sleep.
— Spend sometime alone regularly, else you will miss the opportunity to meet most wonderful person in the world.
— Have a healthy food, Don’t eat much in the night.
— Stop expecting from people, expect from yourself and do better everyday.
— Don’t complain every time and everything. No one like complains read this post Don’t complain… No one likes it…
— Never assume things, always ask and understand other person.
— Don’t overthink, let the time reveal everything at the right time.
— The quality of your life entirely depends on you.
— Don’t do gossiping.
— Live in the moment and enjoy this moment.
— What’s done is done. What’s gone is gone – One of life lesson is always moving on.
— Don’t try to please everyone.

Don’t change yourself so that other people will like you – Be yourself so that the right people will love you.

What will people think – A sentence that kills a million dreams…


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Manish Malu 2018

Author: Manish Malu

By profession I am a Chartered Accountant, working in MNC. Book Reading is my passion, I normally read Books related to Self-development, Motivation, Leadership, Spirituality etc and reads blogs and watch Videos on these topics. The sprit to share the learned knowledge, brought me here so that I can write blogs and inspire myself and others with my work.

8 thoughts on “Tips for saving your daily energy and time”

  1. This is all very wise advice. “Don’t change yourself so that other people will like you – Be yourself so that the right people will love you.” It took me years to realize this and I’m so mad I wasted so much time dealing with people who were not on the same wave length as me. We often think about the importance of our marriage mates being compatible but our associates and friends need to be compatible as well. “The one walking with the wise will become wise, But the one who has dealings with the stupid will fare badly.” (Proverbs 13:20)

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