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Being Productive Despite Your Workload
  Your workload doesn't have to impair your productivity or keep you from meeting goals.

  Individually, our goals differ from each other. We all have goals that we want to achieve, dreams that we want to attain. Reaching these may not be as easy as it looks. You may have the perfect work attitude and know how to prioritize but there are some things in life that you just cannot control.

  Do you blame the things you cannot control for your failures? While this may be the easy way out, it is far from being right.

  Life is made up of positive and the negative types of people. Those with a Positive Attitude tend to win all the time because they also take responsibility for their failures. The negative, on the other hand, simply walk away and point their finger at everyone but themselves.

  How do you win in life? How do you become a productive person while being able to keep a very busy work schedule?
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Goal Setting    Time Management

   The first thing you must know and accept is that you simply cannot win every time. It's what you do when you fail that counts.

   Here are some helpful tips to know and follow so that you can go through trials and misfortunes as smoothly as possible:

   1. Don't blame other people for your failure - to blame them is to pass on your responsibilities. This is like saying, I give up!

   2. Deal with problems when they arise - deal with them accordingly - plan what you need to do. Ask for help if you need to and let failures serve as lessons learned.

   3. Never forget - remember what caused you to create the mistake. Keep this in mind and avoid situations where you'll be forced to make the same mistake again.

   4. Never let anything stop you - as you strive for success, there will always be hurdles to surmount. These hurdles simply only slow you down, don't allow them to stop your progress altogether.

   5. Plan your life - make a careful schedule for each task to be done. No matter how many tasks there are, each undertaking achieved allows you to cross something off your to-do list - things that have yet to be done.

   6. Know that you are in control of your life - get a firm grip on your responsibilities. Familiarize yourself with each objective. Do research if necessary. The more you know about something, the easier it will be for you navigate your way through it.

   7. Think 'positive' - this may be the most important thing you can ever do. Believe in yourself and in your abilities. Success is not so much about talent, but more on the idea that with effort and an optimistic attitude, you can do most anything.

   Productive people are those who know what they're doing. You can be one of them if you simply work on improving your talents and abilities. It's a matter of fine-tuning and letting yourself be more in touch with all aspects of your life.

   Just keep in mind that nobody is excused from making mistakes. Everyone makes them. Plan your work, look for the bright side of every situation, let your positive attitude help you challenge and make easy work of your backlog and work tasks.

   You can be productive despite your workload!


                                                                                       Richard Rossbauer

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There is no secret to success - it is the result of
                 preparation, hard work, and learning from failure
                                                   
- Colin Powell
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