If Yes

Part 6 describes how a self-analysis for the Professional can be used. Not or not only professional development is needed here, but is also about the strengths of personal skills or work out. Part 7 ultimately enters the year planning on a portion of the schedule. This first part is now about the goal and the conditions that allow successful self-management. The primary goal is that the many thoughts that each of us has to all large and small problems in everyday life in mind, get out of this. The head, the thoughts are free, if tasks, thoughts on obligations, incriminating or unfinished elsewhere are “stored” or resolved. The head is free to develop new ideas.

It much easier to live. Compare these thoughts with a workshop table. You want to create a new piece of work, but the table is full with parts prisoners to, tools and auxiliary materials. You create space is troublesome to handle the new piece. Again and again must needed tool, the you need for editing, search. The completion gives you little pleasure, also it long lasts.

In the confusion, it can imagine neither good nor work. You can only really work on this Workbench if you have space and overview. The table is free for editing, the tools and auxiliary materials store, where they belong. You can access straight to the right tool. They move forward quickly with the work, it makes you fun and you are satisfied. The process has worked well. Proud, you finish your work. Such situations can be applied to every area of life and every task. The head is free, space is new ideas, projects or life concepts for new. Have you moved everything clearly in mind what you want to do or you day after day? If Yes, fine, manage is probably fine and do not need these instructions.