2014年6月1日 星期日

"Not Enough Time? Try Doing Nothing" by Peter Bregman, Harvard Business Review

"Not Enough Time? Try Doing Nothing" by Peter Bregman on Harvard Business Review webpage.


Many people may wish we could have more time, than the twenty four hours of one day. However, everyone only has 24 hours a day. How do we schedule our time and make it works so we could achieve our goals? People might be busier than usual and sometimes struggle on following though with their schedules. This is one of the major reasons to a highly pressured life. 

Look through this week's article, you might find that giving ourselves a short break will bring up our efficiencies way beyond our imagination. Bergman says, "Heres the most interesting thing: sitting and doing nothing has made me significantly more efficient. 20 minutes of meditation helps me avoid hours of time lost in unproductive thought, unconstructive comments, and unstrategic actions."
Jump out of your comfort zone, we need some breaks to increase our efficiency. Let's practice Chan Meditation.