Don't get..
overwhelmed with your workload
Recently I noticed one of the articles I shared on LinkedIn.

It was a note shared on eminent business leaders as to how they have managed their personal and professional lifestyle though stacked with hell lot of work pressure on their heads. Out of many things they have said (which they have done to overcome the stress), one point was common. They don’t have to do everything by themselves. They had a wide range of supporting staff/colleague / virtual assistants, and many others who had are legends in managing this tremendous workload. 

They have rightly believed that time is money, and they can’t spend this valuable time doing everything independently. It doesn’t mean that you need to depend on everything from others, but it’s great to have an assistant who knows you better and fills up the gaps to have extra time for yourself.

The reason for sharing this with you all is that we believe in multi-tasking. However, or not but doing multiple works is itself a myth. You may pretend to do multiple stuff at one time, but that’s not possible for everyone. If you do, the chances of getting errors are high. So get your list of priorities, do the most important thing first, then move to the next item and work down your plan. 

 

And do find out some time for yourself, give yourself a much-needed vacation and hire someone who can take over the workload from you, because you can get your money back, but those lost time won’t come back to you.

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