Two months ago, I found "My 11 aha moments of the list of truths" and divided them into two sub-categories:
- A: I have known a little before and already taken actions
- B: I haven't realized yet and have to take into practice instantly
Today I reviewed the post and 3 of 11 (2 from B), still touched me for the over two months' experience.
#1 Everyone likes somebody who gets to the point quickly.
Now it's my first principle of writing and talking, and I still need practice a lot.
Getting to the point quickly means you are communicating for understanding, other than completing the tasks or just driven by temporary feelings.
As for me, I have changed my format of writing on such purpose.
One sentence for one paragraph, list+dairy, making sub-categories, ... all did help me delete more useless words.
#2 Getting truly organized can vastly improve anyone’s life.
Now it's my first principle of everything.
I like to organize before but have never aware of getting "truly" organized.
Every day, I'll do one mini organization for one thing with the question of " how to make it truly organized".
No matter what I am organizing, one week later, I'll surely get a new version of me.
#3 You never have to deal with more than one moment at a time.
Now it's my first principle of planning.
For the past two months, I shrink the quantum of my goals as well as priority things to do in order to make sure only "one moment at a time".
As a result, every moment counts.