• 10th November 2010 - By
    life’s tool

    Ever since these tools like emails and social networks (friendster,facebook, twitter, tumbler, plurk – to name a few) came by, all are such a phenomenon trend of connectivity to all. Aside from the games it provides, it is really a fun experience to unwind.

    Once you are on the go, these stuffs can also be check via our mobile devices.

    As in everyday as we hooked up – tons of emails, tons of updates until it gets to our quiet moments, simply one has to reply to it as it synch and beep to our mobile phones…

    At the end, one will realize – are all of these really relevant to our life?

    Gosh, are we settling to what they called information overload where it eats up a lot of our time reading all of it and at the end sucked with it? What is our output activity as half of our day is almost gone?

    As I realize, I am like a person who consumes too much calories of no nutritional value at all.

    Anything that in excess is definitely not good…

    One must learn to recognize this information impulse – face with it, the most, fight with it. Use these tool for its best purposes and ignore the rest.

    Yes, we learn from what we read but at the end, have we turn these thoughts into actions after so much analysis? We know so much but have we done something?

    Control and discipline can be a key factor…Set your own rules and routines that you would strictly follow.  Outmost, we can check our social network stuffs  for 30 minutes and then it’s done…

    Ignore irrelevant interruptions and FOCUS ON PRODUCTIVITY – doing more important and big opportunities as we use our time wisely.

    I know it is hard at first but small steps of action can make a difference…

    As they said:

    “You will never find time for anything. If you want time, you must make it.”
    by Charles Bruxton

    Practice INFORMATION DIET, as we set our goals in reaching our fullest yet meaningful life…

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  • One Response to “life’s tool”

    • herbal remedies for anxiety on November 11, 2010

      Wonderful blog! I really love how it is easy on my eyes as well as the facts are well written. I am wondering how I could be notified whenever a new post has been made. I have subscribed to your rss feed which should do the trick! Have a nice day!

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