Work-in-between

Work-in-between

If you are a working professional or have a part-time job, it’s evident that after finishing up with your job tasks you shall be left with no-time to pursue your hobbies.
You may not have sufficient time to spend with your family.
Moreover, you may find it difficult to have enough time to recharge your batteries.
So, you have to manage your time more cautiously.

–Breaks

You love writing, write a short poem in breaks.
Learn some new words as it is vital practice for being a good poet/writer. Just remember, it is these short-breaks that you have to utilize to balance your life.
It is the time when you can call your cousins, siblings or family members & know how they are doing in life.

–Competitive Examinations.

If you are preparing for competitive jobs, getting time to study for 3-4 hours at a stretch is rare.
So, make sure you utilize your weekends properly.
Study for at least 6-7 hours on Saturdays & Sundays.

–Skip get-togethers.

Don’t mind skipping some parties & get-togethers if you are not able to finish up with your assigned goals each week.
Let your friend circle know that you are preparing for competitive examinations.

–Your Smartphone

It may not be always possible to carry books with you.
But you can utilize your commuting time by Googling what you learned yesterday. It shall increase your understanding of the concept.

Keep repeating that “It’s possible”.
There shall be times when you shall think people take coaching & have full day to study.
Still you can outgrow them by being more productive.
Always believe: “Main Kar Sakta Hoon”.

With Great Love,

Er. Amit Yadav
http://www.stayfoolish.in

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