How To Live A Well-Managed Life?



"You enjoy most of your life if you value your time, manage your resources well, watch your thoughts, emotions and health, and achieve your goals." - Arthelo P. Palma, PhD



The following are effects associated with observing a well-managed life. 


1. There's order with time management

Time management simply puts your life in order. That means that when there are no time being wasted, you could allocate time for more other relevant events or personal matters that may provide more meaning, fun, and excitement into your life. 

A salesperson, for instance, could arrange for a vacation after saving a substantial amount of money as an output of his being able to hit his sales quota. It's the result of an effective time management invested in quality sales call.


2. On effective management of resources

Life full of debt is hell. At some point, indebtedness is the result of not being fully managed resources. People who got debt off their lives were able to find effective means to increase their cash flows. They managed to go for such a wise and an intelligent choice of savings and financial investments. Others stayed out of debt because they simply live within their means.    

Have you managed your resources well?


3. Learn to combat stress

Your unhealthy stress due to uninspiring and negative thoughts promotes illnesses. It is scientifically proven that stress may potentially lead to depression. You may become off in the the pink of health when you experience this.

Your thoughts and emotions are linked to your health. Our body from the biological stand point functions in a way that chemical reactions are required to maintain homeostasis. 

Aside from your unhealthy lifestyle due to poor diet and nutrition, chemical imbalance in your body may be triggered by unhealthy thoughts, and too much negative emotions. Complex health problems may follow, thereafter, as revealed in some published scientific studies.


4. Set your goals 

Goals could be short term or long term. The achievement of your goals will give you a sense of fulfillment, fun, and purpose. If you're on that ground, your life is truly more meaningful to live.  


In other words, you enjoy most of your life if you value your time, manage your resources well, watch your thoughts, emotions and health, and achieve your goals. 

Are you living a well-managed life?


About the Author


ARTHELO P. PALMA is a PhD in Development Research and Administration.

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