Child Answer Three

  • Show me instruction on the art of and benefits of listening correctly to others

Show me instruction of listening

3. There are stacks of books and guides describing the arts and benefits of listening correctly to others, this leads to improved view of your self and your relationships and the world. You will see the ways that people change in a good way around you.

We all know how much time there is in a day and we all know which days we got a lot done and which days we didn’t. The first thing you’ll have to do before you make a list is picture in your mind how much you can get done in an hour or a day and set your list to accomplish that much. Then add to your list how much you could get done in five days in a row of that and see what you have at the end of your list.

It comes down to having a very clear picture in your mind

Basically it comes down to having a very clear picture in your mind of what you are going to have and how you’re going to feel about it and what you’re going to do or trade to get it. In the psychology business they call it creative visualization but it’s not that hard for you to imagine.

Think before you speak

Think before you speak. People who are naturally loud do not possess this important skill. So, the next time you’re in a situation where you’re just dying to say something, pause, take a moment, and ask yourself if what you have to say will really help the situation. Will you be giving people information that they need, making people laugh, or offering words of comfort, or will you be saying something just to be heard? If you don’t think anyone will actually benefit from what you have to say, then keep it to yourself.[1]One rule to follow when you’re starting off is to say one of every two things you’re thinking. As you work on being more quiet, then you can say one of every three things, or one of every four things.

https://www.wikihow.com/Be-Quiet

Figuring out how to get all of your tasks done

Figuring out how to get all of your tasks done in one day can be quite the struggle, and that’s where to-do lists can be so helpful. And nowadays, there are all sorts of swanky to-do list apps to take your agenda-completing to a whole new level.

As many professionals know, however, to-do lists are only good if the person creating them is committed to completing the tasks. How can you create and manage a to-do list that works for you? We searched the web for some awesome resources.

Fun fact: 41% of to-do tasks are never completed. The only way to truly understand how to use a to-do list is to know why they typically fail(Lifehacker)

Ever wondered how much your to-do list could really do for you? It turns out that it may be the difference between earning and costing you money. (Entrepreneur)

To-do lists are all about psychology, and if you try this one special trick, you could master the mental side of getting tasks done on time. (Psychology Today)

Keeping on the trend of science, this step-by-step guide to creating a to-do list will make sure you do it right the first time. (Greatist)

Here is how some of the world’s most successful people structure their personal to-do lists. (Fast Company)

Another way to think of your to-do list: Try creating a “Done” list(Inc)

Here’s a very important tip: Stop trying to make your inbox into your to-do list. It really doesn’t work as well as you think. (Harvard Business Review)

No matter what though, make sure your life never turns into one big to-do list(Forbes)

https://www.themuse.com/advice/8-expertbacked-secrets-to-making-the-perfect-todo-list