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Wasted Time Can Never Be Recovered

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Don’t spend a lot of time lying around on the sofa. Get up, get out, and enjoy life

Don’t spend a lot of time lying around on the sofa.
Get up, get out, and enjoy life

Every moment that you’re tempted to procrastinate or do something useless, you should remind yourself that this is a moment you will never get back. You have to learn to make the most of your time, so that you don’t have to look back through the years with regret.

This doesn’t mean you have to be working every moment of the day. On the contrary, some of the most meaningful uses of your time are spent not being busy, but being with family and friends. Even if you’re just talking or playing games, these are the times you will remember fondly.

Your career is just part of your life, so don’t waste all your time at work when you’re needed at home. Finding a delicate balance between the places where you’re needed can be difficult, but if you can achieve it, your life will go much more smoothly.

Time keeps ticking away, and you do need to make time to relax and to sleep, but don’t let your days go by without doing something worthwhile. Watch TV sparingly, and have conversations that mean something to you and your loved ones.

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Your Social Life and Your Overall Health

“Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Personal Wellbeing and Peak Human Performance.”

Have you ever wondered how some people have such a great social life? How they go to exciting places and meet new people almost every day? You may want to do the same but you don’t know how, and you’re scared to even try.  Here are a few tips that you could use in your real life situations.

1)     Stand up straight and smile!  Avoid looking unapproachable.

2)     Practice conversations with yourself in a mirror, talk more with people that you know, or simply think of things to say in advance of any social opportunity. By doing this you can avoid putting yourself in embarrassing situations where you just don’t know what to say.

The key to having a great social life is being creative and outgoing and work on building your confidence and self-esteem.

The key to having a great social life
is being creative and outgoing and
work on building your confidence
and self-esteem.

Start talking to more people in general everywhere you go.  Meeting more people means you will have more opportunities for social interaction overall. You will gain more confidence in yourself and people will have a different impression of you.  However, do  be careful not to overdo it because projecting too much confidence can be seen as being too cocky, and many people will not like that and may try to avoid you.

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Change Your Day, Not Your Life
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