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Monday, May 31, 2010

Just another piece of the puzzle...



What matters to us most in life?... Family, Career, Passion, Health?? the list goes on. So how do you balance and allocate the time for each things that is important to you? Here's what you should do... list the things that is important to you. And I believe basically there are 4 things:
1.Spirituality and Personal Development
2.Family & Relationship
3.Career
4.Personal Care & Health.
Try to honestly assess how much time you give to each of these basic needs. Do you for example devote 80% of your time to work and expect that your family life to be rich and rewarding. Do spent 10% of your time caring for your health and wonder why you always falls sick most of the time. Or do you allocate 70% of your time for the family and get frustrated that your career are not taking off in flying colors. Well.. something have to give in, to be sacrifice, to be compromise.
You got to identify and choose your priority. Once you have done that, then give yourself credit, a pat on the back, if you have done well in the chosen prioritised area. Try to cut down on your worries, the thing is to plan your life and not to worry about things that may or may not happen. And the most important thing of all is ... LOVE YOURSELF FIRST... this act of loving yourself will act like a shield that will protect you from those challenges life will throw at you... So try it. Life is like a puzzle, but like what my beloved friend used to say... the picture is up to us to create

2 Comments:

Blogger Zuraidah said...

My life is turning full circle. With both children in Singapore and Din getting a job in Batam, I'm heading back to Singapore. Like you said, reshuffling my priorities.
And I think I'll start a blog to keep myself sane. Just look at you - quite an impressive collection already! Keep it up.

June 20, 2010 at 10:10 PM  
Blogger anuar said...

Wow, its really quite a drastic change.. really respect the way you manage to be flexible in adjusting to change and lifestyle. Well,.. anyway change is good.. keeps your brain working healthy...:)

June 20, 2010 at 10:39 PM  

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