A Strategy that makes sense
Quote of the Day
‘Life does not have to be complex, an agenda that is perplexed often leads to confusion. An agenda that is complexed often leads to procrastination. An agenda that is simplex often leads to accomplishment and fulfilment.’
Your agenda should instruct you rather than obstruct you. I always say instruct to construct rather than construct to obstruct.
Thank you for sharing your time with me today on this spectacular weekend of fun, merriment and rejoice. You earned it now go out there and enjoy it. Breathe in the freshness of a new weekend. Exhale the tiresome hours of the previous working week. Gather your thoughts and head straight for the door that opens into a kingdom of magic, splendour and grandeur. Today is Saturday, the start of your frivolous weekend. Yes, it is a weekend to be merry and playful. You worked hard and resilient over the past 5 days so why not pamper yourself with the finest that life can offer. What are your plans for the weekend? We stopped over at the port of relaxation enabling you to venture into a world of your very own. However all good things do come to an end. Weekends come and they go. So sitting at the back of your mind should be an aperture of what Monday and the days ahead of it will hold for you. You cannot ignore it so I say onto you think simple. Be simple and take on a workload that is simple. Does the Captain of your vessel take you on a complex journey over rapids, storms, breakers, strong winds or heavy fog? You need to keep it simple. Everything you do has to be simple. You need to eat simple, you need to exercise with simplicity, you need to commute with simplicity and you need to work with simplicity. Why? Because complexity makes you err, complexity makes you confused, complexity makes you procrastinate and complexity makes you difficult to understand. What is the purpose of your daily agenda? It is very easy to write one but is it easy to accomplish? If your agenda is confusing, non-coordinating and selfish there is a good chance that your day will be muddled and confused. There is also a good chance that you will be late, unpunctual and hesitant. You will not be coherent and you will be thinking of something else whilst working on a given task. You need to keep it simple. You need to break your day into tiny workable and doable modules with time allocations and understandable instructions. Your agenda should instruct you rather than obstruct you. I always say instruct to construct rather than construct to obstruct. Use your weekend as a mock exercise. I asked you earlier on what your plans are for the weekend. Is it going to be complex or simplex? Do you scurry along or do you take it in your strides. A weekend can also become exhausting if you do not plan and keep it simple. Decide on what you want to do and make it doable. Get help, participate, combine your efforts and make your weekend the start too many weekends to come that will fill your heart with joy, happiness and relaxation. Are you going out for the day or will you be at home? Either decision can make your weekends fall apart if you do not keep it simple. Life does not have to be complex, an agenda that is perplexed often leads to confusion. An agenda that is complexed often leads to procrastination. An agenda that is simplex often leads to accomplishment and fulfilment. I say onto you and verily too, be simple.