As you might know, I’m an advocate of creating a life map. I believe creating a life map can help you see the big picture of your life and its overall direction. It can help you plan your life effectively. From reviewing my life map, there are two lessons I learned. The first one is that I can only accomplish a few significant things in a year. I might aspire to do a lot, but I can only accomplish a few of them.
“Make your day a masterpiece.” That’s the advice that John Wooden got from his father, Joshua Wooden. He took this advice to heart: he went on to become one of the greatest coaches ever. Of course, it’s not easy to make our day a masterpiece. But at least we can make our day productive. How can we do that? Based on my experiences, here are five ways to have a productive day:
Here we are now in 2014. To be honest, I’m excited about this year. I believe this year is our opportunity to move to the next level. Our goal should be to make this year our best year ever. But how can we do that? What does it take to get there? There could be many answers to these questions, but here I want to emphasize just three things. Here are three things you should do to make this year your best year ever: