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Chrm Message From: chintan Total Posts: 20 Join Date: 20/08/2006
Rank: Executive Post Date: 20/09/2006 03:22:11 Points: 100 Location: United States

Dear Friends,

This is indeed an excellent read for the communty of management professionals who alternate between their energy levels to reach their work chores and practising a time management schedule.

I would have cleaned the house, but after dealing with work, the kids, my spouse, and our social commitments, I just couldn’t do another thing!

Sound familiar? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Most of us have been there at one time or another. Of course, if the only thing we aren’t getting to is cleaning the house, then things are probably going pretty well. What about those times, however, when your energy dips so low that even an evening at the movies sounds like too much effort? There are ways to support yourself so that you never need to feel that way again.

Energy is defined as “the capacity for vigorous activity; available power.” When we watch children run circles around us, we may vaguely recall what it was like to have power available to us. As we watched my toddler nephew running around at a picnic recently, my sister remarked, “I get tired just looking at him!” If you share this sentiment, consider the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson: “ The world belongs to the energetic.”

Okay, so now, you’re totally depressed, and your energy level has reached an all-time low. They say that at least half of any solution is the clear identification of the source of the problem. Consider the various things that drain energy such as sickness, rainy days, poor diet (see Table). Make a list of your own energy drains. While this task may be a drain in and of itself, it will take you a long way toward the solution.

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Chrm Message From: aruljo Total Posts: 6 Join Date: 20/08/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 14/12/2009 07:41:03 Points: 30 Location: United States


Energy is both physical and spiritual - it is the life force of a person and his drives.

A mature professional should be able to tap and release energy with both inward and outward focus.

Energy is also related to confidence and deep-rooted values such as commitment and ownership.


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