Friday, January 28, 2011

Bawalah Cintaku

Sempat tak ada lagi kesempatanku
untuk bisa bersamamu
kini ku tahu bagaimana caraku
untuk dapat trus denganmu

bawalah pergi cintaku
ajak kemana engkau mau
jadikan temanmu
temanmu paling kau cinta

di sini ku pun begitu
trus cintaimu di hidupku
di dalam hatiku
sampai waktu yang pertemukan kita nanti

sempat tak ada lagi kesempatanku
untuk bisa bersamamu
kini ku tahu bagaimana caraku
untuk dapat trus denganmu

bawalah pergi cintaku
ajak kemana engkau mau
jadikan temanmu
(teman yang paling kau cinta)

di sini ku pun begitu
trus cintaimu di hidupku
di dalam hatiku
sampai waktu pertemukan) kita nanti

Satu Satunya Cinta

Katamu kamu cinta kepadaku selamanya
katamu kamu rindu kepadaku selalu
tapi mengapa aku masih ragu


katamu aku ini cinta terakhir kamu
katamu aku ini cinta dalam hidupmu
tapi mengapa aku masih ragu

mungkinkah aku ini menjadi satu-satunya cinta
yang terakhir kamu dan tak akan ada cinta yang kedua
dan ketiga dan cinta lainnya

katamu kamu hilang jika aku pun pergi
katamu kamu musnah jika cintaku punah
tapi mengapa aku masih ragu

katamu kamu cinta kepadaku selamanya
katamu kamu rindu kepadaku selalu
katamu aku ini cinta terakhir kamu
katamu aku ini cinta dalam hidupmu
tapi mengapa aku masih ragu

mungkinkah aku ini menjadi satu-satunya cinta
yang terakhir kamu dan tak akan ada cinta yang kedua
dan ketiga dan cinta lainnya

mungkinkah (mungkinkah) aku ini (aku ini)
menjadi satu-satunya cinta (satu-satunya cinta)
yang terakhir (yang terakhir) kamu dan tak akan ada (tak akan ada)
cinta yang kedua (cinta kedua) dan ketiga (cinta ketiga) dan cinta lainnya

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

To Do Lists - Remembering To Do All Essential Jobs, In The Right Order

Do you frequently feel overwhelmed by the amount of work you have to do? Do you face a constant barrage of looming deadlines? Or do you sometimes just forget to do something important, so that people have to chase you to get work done?

All of these are symptoms of not keeping a proper "To-Do List". To-Do Lists are prioritized lists of all the tasks that you need to carry out. They list everything that you have to do, with the most important tasks at the top of the list, and the least important tasks at the bottom.

While this sounds a simple thing to do, it's when people start to use To-Do Lists properly that they often make their first personal productivity/time management breakthrough, and start to make a real success of their careers.

By keeping a To-Do List, you make sure that you capture all of the tasks you have to complete in one place. This is essential if you're not going to forget things. And by prioritizing work, you plan the order in which you'll do things, so you can tell what needs your immediate attention, and what you can quietly forget about until much, much later. This is essential if you're going to beat work overload. Without To-Do Lists, you'll seem dizzy, unfocused and unreliable to the people around you. With To-Do Lists, you'll be much better organized, and will seem much more reliable. This is very important!

Preparing a To-Do List
Start by writing down all of the tasks that you need to complete, and if they are large, break them down into their component elements. If these still seem large, break them down again. Do this until you have listed everything that you have to do, and until tasks will take no more than 1-2 hours to complete. This may be a huge and intimidating list, but our next step makes it manageable!

Next, run through these jobs allocating priorities from A (very important, or very urgent) to F (unimportant, or not at all urgent). If too many tasks have a high priority, run through the list again and demote the less important ones. Once you have done this, rewrite the list in priority order.

You will then have a precise plan that you can use to eliminate the problems you face. You will be able to tackle these in order of importance or urgency. This allows you to separate important jobs from the many time-consuming trivial ones.

Key Points:

Prioritized To-Do Lists are fundamentally important to efficient work. If you use To-Do Lists, you will ensure that:

* You remember to carry out all necessary tasks.
* You tackle the most important jobs first, and do not waste time on trivial tasks.
* You do not get stressed by a large number of unimportant jobs.


How Good is Your Time Management ?

How often do you find yourself running out of time? Weekly, daily, hourly? For many, it seems that there's just never enough time in the day to get everything done.

When you know how to manage your time you gain control. Rather than busily working here, there, and everywhere (and not getting much done anywhere), effective time management helps you to choose what to work on and when. This is essential if you're to achieve anything of any real worth.

Key Points

Time management is an essential skill that helps you keep your work under control, at the same time that it helps you keep stress to a minimum.

We would all love to have an extra couple of hours in every day. Seeing as that is impossible, we need to work smarter on things that have the highest priority, and then creating a schedule that reflects our work and personal priorities.

With this in place, we can work in a focused and effective way, and really start achieving those goals, dreams and ambitions we care so much about.


Tuesday, January 11, 2011

How Productive Are You?

When we want to get more done, many of us simply work longer hours, move deadlines around, and multi-task.

Although these strategies can provide some short-term relief, they aren't sustainable in the long term. Pretty soon, this approach becomes a way of life, leading to high levels of stress and eventually, poor productivity.

Productivity is a measure of how much you accomplish – not how busy you are. So it's far better to learn how to work intelligently, and to use leverage to achieve more with your time and resources. This will increase your productivity – and help you find extra time to do other things.

Key Points:

No matter how well you're performing right now, you can almost always improve productivity. When you're more productive, you contribute strongly to the overall success and profitability of your organization. And it feels good to be in control of your time, and know that you can produce the results that are expected of you.

To be more productive, get organized, have the right attitude, manage information you receive effectively, and actively seek ways to improve your working systems. Taking this approach will help you to increase your personal productivity and effectiveness.