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Points2 life

There are a number of self-help life-style ideas. Each of the important ones are captured in 1 slide each in this share.
1. Eisenhower decision matrix 2. SMAC & SMART tasks 3. Top-Down & Bottom-Up approach 4. Prioritising work 5. 6-Steps to make it happen 7. Comfort Zone to happiness and 8. Living Consciously.

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  1. 1. Points for better life Keeping it Simple and Sweet
  2. 2. Time is the ultimate frontier Eisenhower Box This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
  3. 3. 3 1. Write list of “To Do” {Classic 10-Pomodoro} 2. Divide time into 25min slots – Pomodoro 3. Rank and Order them in to Decision Matrix. 1-Pomodoro 4. Start with “DO” – Eat the Frog First (toughest task first) 6-10 Pomodoro 5. Delegate and follow-up (1-Pomodoro) 6. Decide on Not-Urgent/Important – schedule time after attending - “DO” (2-4 Pomodoro) • Plan in the evening before and review early in the morning, then work on your tasks • Break all big tasks into Pomodoro slots • Top-Down <> Bottom-up • Goal-Driven <> Problem-Driven • SMAC* each of the Pomodoro (25m 7m25m) • Eliminate distractions. Do in Pomodoro break-time {Inform – Negotiate – Schedule – Call back: the distractions} • Beware of Common Mistakes 1. Job broken-down without deadlines 2. Too many tasks on day 3. Tasks on the list without SMAC goals 4. Mixed-up lists with goals & context 5. Not tracking progress / completion 6. Paralysis by Analysis (Not completing Pomodoro) Pomodoro = a task that can be accomplished in ~25min slot
  4. 4. 4 1. Specific – well defined achievement 2. Measurable – A clear measure of quality and quantity achieved 3. Achievable – A reasonable goal that can be accomplished in the task and time 4. Challenging – A goal or result that inspires focused work and innovation 5. SMART – Realistic targets that can be accomplished within allotted time/effort; Timely – is working to goal on time. Whenever the ‘to-do’ list is made, reviewed and revised keep SMAT in mind and be SMART SMAC is being SMART Specific Measurable Achievable Challenging
  5. 5. 5 • Top-Down = Step-wise design i. Level-0: FINAL goal and results - What & When ii. Level-1: Clear components with SMAC results aggregating to FINAL iii. Level-2: Specific TASKS resolving each Level-1. HOW of the problem. iv. Schedule and complete Level-2 tasks (Pomodoro)  FINAL results • Bottom-Up = Piecing together into higher results. i. Useful in dynamic problems which change significantly during work. ii. Generate tasks in Level-2 (Pomodoro) and aggregate later Breaking-down large tasks into Pomodoro Top-Down = Suitable for dividing into tasks that can be accomplished in ~25min slot Bottom-Up = Suitable for dynamic weakly bound problems. Aggregation of many small tasks
  6. 6. Effort is the driver Put efforts where it matters
  7. 7. 7 Not everything is important. Studies, projects, systems, teams, tasks :- Prioritize in 4 levels 1. CRITICAL :- Pivot or nucleus to the system 2. ESSENTIAL :- Very Important, Fundamental part 3. NECESSARY :- Valuable, impactful, but negotiable elements 4. DESIRED :- Good-to-have, wish-list, preferences, choices that not directly effect performance or reliability When you organize efforts or time give clear priority to important aspects. Classify tasks Learn to Prioritise
  8. 8. 8 1. Stack on Old routine: Tie to some regular work 2. Start small: Humble manageable beginning. Hold for 2 weeks 3. Do it Every Day: Let all your schedules recognize this new item 4. Make it Easy: Prepare to do it well. Give a supporting push 5. Reward Yourself: Treat yourself, showcase results, tell all 6. Tell a Partner: Share idea, targets, goals, schedule with partner  3 Days : Hurdles get known and Schedule can be made  2 Weeks: Routine starts forming  1 Month: You are on track. Already it is working  2 Months: You are getting good at it. All are noticing  3 Months: You can now Perform. Enjoy the skills, fruits!! 6 Steps to make anything a part of you
  9. 9. 9 1. COMFORT Zone : This is where you feel safe and secure. It is based on the belief that when placed in a stressful situation people will respond by overcoming their fear and therefore grow as individuals. 2. FEAR Zone  LEARNING Zone  Growth Zone : are humans in circus ring responding to stress, competition, survival, and growth (unlimited) 3. COMFORT derives from - Calmness, homeostasis, lack of stress and control are foundation to higher consciousness and peace. 4. LEARNING and Working for the pleasure of comfort is the spirit of salvation. Comfort Zone - Revisited
  10. 10. 10 Life is a wonder Don’t Ponder on it and Squander Consciousness is the manifestation of life It has no limits and needs no stress Live a life full of Consciousness LivingConsciously