Never let another person’s priorities become your own. As you look at your list, ask yourself what you can eliminate and what you can delegate.Make sure everything on your personal to-do list is something that either satisfies you or brings you closer to your goals.Adopting this outlook won’t stop negative events from occurring, but it may help prevent us from over-emphasising their importance in our lives.
Determine which actions generate effectiveness and productivity and which are wasting your time.The how and what of celebration will depend on what’s important to you. For many the idea of being a leader—of being in charge, of being the boss, of being responsible for a team or a company—seems overwhelming. Leadership is great when leaders are effective and productive.It’s not just our physical resilience that is affected by positive emotions, our psychological wellbeing can be assisted also.Theory has it that when we experience positive emotions we are able to think and behave more creatively and flexibly than when we experience negative emotions.We are generally pretty good at marking the big moments in our own and others’ lives; birthdays, weddings, graduations, once-a-year family gettogethers.What would happen if we gave ourselves permission to celebrate the little things?Positive emotions have been shown to be linked to good physical health.According to some researchers people who experience positive emotions are likely to live longer, enjoy better immune functioning, and recover more effectively from treatment for heart disease.Emily Dickinson once said, “If you take care of the small things, the big things take care of themselves.” So how do we take care of the little things so that the big things take care of themselves? When you’re busy, it’s easy for time to run away from you.Before you know it the day, week, month has passed.