Be just like a child who looks the world as it as. He has no filters in his mind. He has a keen desire to learn new things. As he grows up and wants to take some initiatives, society comes in front of him and gives the examples of many people who failed in their life. What happens with that person is that he becomes fearful to do something new. He forgets all his potentials and powers.
For instance when RAMA and his VANAR SENA were to cross the sea to locate SEETA MAA then SUGRIVA, asked “Who can cross the ocean?” silence prevailed. Then JAMBAVAN came and makes Hanuman realize his immense capabilities and encourages him to fly across the ocean to search for SITA in Lanka.
What this story reveals is that we humans (as hanuman was also born as human) have so much capacities and powers but we actually forgot those powers in the fulfillment of worldly responsibilities.
So how can we make a balance between our worldly responsibilities and our Goals? There are many time management techniques and I am sharing one of them:
The Four Quadrant Rule:
|Urgent & Important (Ist Quadrant)
||Important But not Urgent (IInd Quadrant)
|Urgent But not important(IIIrd Quadrant)
|Neither Urgent nor Important (IVth Quadrant)
People who find them in IInd Quadrant are the most effective people as they does the thing which are important in their life before they become must for them.
Now it’s your turn to that in which quadrant you want to see yourself.
(Sanjeev Mittal- CA Final Student, E mail ID : firstname.lastname@example.org)