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How to manage yourself to be more successful?

1. Emotion Management

Scientific studies show that people with emotional problems are 144% more likely to have an accident than the average person. 1 in 5 fatal crashes victims had an argument with another person in the 6 hours before the accident. Managing emotions is very important, especially for leaders because their every activity has a great influence on many other people.

You need to know when to delay your feelings and when to express your feelings to gain sympathy and move others. However, suppressing an emotion is different from denying and burying it. The bottom line is that you should put others, not yourself, first when dealing with and handling emotions.

2. Time Management

Time management is especially difficult for those in the middle of an organization. Senior leaders can delegate, workers are paid by the hour, and those in the middle are often under pressure from these two groups and are often expected to work overtime to get the job done.
One psychiatrist said, “Until you value yourself, you don’t value time.” Instead of thinking about what you do and what you buy in terms of money, think of them in terms of real time value. Think about what is worth your whole life? From there you will have a more effective way of time management.

3. Manage priorities

When you don’t know how to manage your priorities, your work will always be stressful and your performance will decrease. Especially with a position in the middle of an organization, you will have a mountain of work to handle. You should have a way of managing your priorities like this:

80% of the time- do what you do best.
15% of the time- do what you’re learning.
5% of the time – do other necessary things.

It may be difficult at first, but you need to learn how to delegate authority, be disciplined, and be “merciless” when deciding what not to do. Enjoying some work doesn’t mean putting it on your to-do list. Only do things that can help you develop your abilities or that your boss asks you to do personally. All the rest are on your do-not-do list.

4. Energy Management

Even the most energetic people can get drained in difficult situations or don’t know how to allocate and use them. There are 3 groups of energy drains that people often suffer from: Doing things that are not important, Inability to do things that really matter, Inability to deal with problems.
So to best manage your energy, every day you look at your work schedule and ask yourself “What is the main thing?”. From there make sure you have the energy to do it with focus and excellence.

5. Mind Management

Thought’s greatest enemy is meaningless preoccupation. When you want to excel, know how to manage the busyness around you. If you find the pace of life is too fast and you don’t have a minute to think during the workday, make it a habit to quickly write down 3 to 4 things that need to invest time to find a solution. Then find the right time to think about those things.
Remember one rule: 1 minute > 1 hour. One minute of thought is worth more than an hour of gossip or unplanned work.

6. Speech Management

People often don’t listen to what you say, but often only see the results. If they have to stop what they’re doing to listen to you, they just want to hear valuable words. So use words in the most effective and powerful way. If you manage your thoughts well and make good use of your thinking time, your speech management skills will improve dramatically. When you have something to say, keep it short and concise. If there is nothing to say, it is best to keep quiet.

7. Manage your own life

Even though you work and manage yourself very well at work, but your life is a mess, things will still turn out badly in the end. What’s the point of climbing to the top of your career but your family is falling apart?

“No career success is worth sacrificing one’s family for.” – John C. Maxwell. Therefore, you need to earn the love and respect of your loved ones before you have the respect of anyone who works with you.

Source: GEM Global Collected (According to John C.Maxwell – 360 Degree Leadership)

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