In the past year, Personal Excellence has drawn readers from all around the world. Today we have 4,000 readers reading from over 200 countries, almost 4,000 subscribers to the RSS feed and email newsletter, and over 110,000 pageviews a month. All of us, as different as we may be (whether geographically, by race, culture, language or interests), are united by one common theme of excellence.
Hi Celes, I have no idea what I want to do. I envy those who from their early days know what they’ll be and what they’ll do. Please help. – M
Getting clarity on what to do is one of the most common questions I get from readers and clients alike. For some of my clients, they feel they are entering a period of their life where they should have clarity in what they want to do. Hence, not knowing what they want to do makes them feel frustrated.
This is part-3 and the last part of the new series on How To Be A Dean's Lister.
7. Optimize your time
Some students may feel bogged down by work, lamenting about the heavy workload and lack of time. Honestly speaking, it's not about the workload nor is it about lack of time. It's about how you manage yourself.
“Hi Celes, one of your entries mentioned that you do not watch TV or read the news. Not that I’m attempting to incorporate that into my life, but it seems quite unimaginable for me to give up tv or news. I’m interested to know your thoughts on this.” – E
I’ve mentioned on and off that I don’t watch TV, and several readers have curiously asked me why I do that and how I manage life without TV. So I thought it’s about time I write an article on it.