The Valley Of The Suck : Over Come Your Obstacles.
Tom Thum: Armed with just a microphone, Thum pushes the limits of the human voice to create incredible soundtracks of impossible beats and phenomenal sounds,…
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Define what it is you truly want in life as an artist. Do not just follow behind others because you will always be behind them, Find your own way, do not worry about other peoples lives. You have your own journey to create. Create it for yourself. Learn about yourself and your true needs. Do you just want to work for someone else, or do you want to work for you and build your own brand. Take risks, learn from the failures, educate yourself on the business of art and follow your gut as much as possible. Try not to overwork yourself and enjoy the simplicities of life. Do what is natural for you.
8 Things Productive People Do During the Workday
1. Create a smaller to-do list.
Getting things accomplished during your workday shouldn’t be about doing as much as possible in the sanctioned eight hours. It may be hard to swallow, but there’s nothing productive about piling together a slew of tasks in the form of a checklist. Take a less-is-more approach to your to-do list by only focusing on accomplishing things that matter.
2. Take breaks.
You know that ache that fills your brain when you’ve been powering through tasks for several hours? This is due to your brain using up glucose. Too many people mistake this for a good feeling, rather than a signal to take a break. Go take a walk, grab something to eat, workout, or meditate – give your brain some resting time. Achieve more productivity during your workday by making a point to regularly clear your head. You’ll come back recharged and ready to achieve greater efficiency.
3. Follow the 80/20 rule.
Did you know that only 20 percent of what you do each day produces 80 percent of your results? Eliminate the things that don’t matter during your workday: they have a minimal effect on your overall productivity. For example, on a project, systematically remove tasks until you end up with the 20 percent that gets the 80 percent of results.
4. Start your day by focusing on yourself.
If you begin your morning by checking your email, it allows others to dictate what you accomplish. Set yourself in the right direction by ignoring your emails and taking the morning to focus on yourself, eat a good breakfast, meditate, or read the news.
5. Take on harder tasks earlier in the day.
Knock out your most challenging work when your brain is most fresh. Save your busy work – if you have any – for when your afternoon slump rolls in.
6. Pick up the phone.
The digital world has created poor communication habits. Email is a productivity killer and usually a distraction from tasks that actually matter. For example, people often copy multiple people on emails to get it off their plate – don’t be a victim of this action. This distracts everyone else by creating noise against the tasks they’re trying to accomplish and is a sign of laziness. If you receive an email where many people are CC’d, do everyone a favor by BCCing them on your reply. If your email chain goes beyond two replies, it’s time to pick up the phone. Increase your productivity by scheduling a call.
7. Create a system.
If you know certain things are ruining your daily productivity, create a system for managing them. Do you check your emails throughout the day? Plan a morning, afternoon, and evening time slot for managing your email. Otherwise, you’ll get distracted from accomplishing more important goals throughout the day.
8. Don’t confuse productivity with laziness.
While no one likes admitting it, sheer laziness is the No. 1 contributor to lost productivity. In fact, a number of time-saving methods – take meetings and emails for example – are actually just ways to get out of doing real work. Place your focus on doing the things that matter most as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Remember, less is more when it comes to being productive during the workday.
500 miles - Peter, Paul and Mary
One of my favorite song.
Raymond Harryhausen’s Dasvidaniya @ 92
He created a form of stop-motion model animation known as "Dynamation".
Best know for many Sci-Fi films including:
- Clash of the Titans (1981)
- The Valley of Gwangi (1969)
- One Million Years B.C. (1966)
- First Men in the Moon (1964)
- Jason and the Argonauts (1963)
- Mysterious Island (1961)
- 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957)
- It Came from Beneath the Sea (1955)
- Mighty Joe Young (1949)
- And Many More.
I’ve been sharing my experiences from the summer camp organized by the Cantonment Board High School, Deolali. I taught the students art and craft and had a lot of fun with them. This post is about my last class with the kids, where I taught them a really quick, easy way to make a pop-up birthday…
Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there
- Too Much Artwork
- Complicated or Confusing Navigation
- Sites That Use Flash
- Unfocused Portfolios
- Poorly Designed Personal Sites
- Poor Thumbnails
- ’Next’ Button
- Too Much Security
- No Real Name
- No Contact Information
- Too Slow