Schedule with a plan -woodmam

Entertainment habits are also necessary. Through recreational activities, you can ease the tension of the nerves, help to relax themselves, so that their studies, work, labor relaxation, to achieve the role of regulation. But bad entertainment habits can also be detrimental to health, and even have serious effects. For example, some teenagers indulge in video games, Internet chatting, etc., which can easily cause health problems and even lead to very serious psychological problems, etc.


  Do you get up on time every day? Including rest days, holidays and other discretionary time.

  Do you keep a certain amount of time for your daily work, study and activities? And will not exceed your limit too much?

  Do you exercise regularly? Do you stick to only one method of exercise?

  What recreational activities do you have? Do these recreational activities have a purpose? Are there any negative effects on your physical and mental health?

  Do you eat at a normal time? Do you have one hungry meal and one full meal? Do you often skip breakfast?

  Do you often go two to three hours without drinking water?

  Do you often go two or three days without having a bowel movement?

  Do you often play educational games and read valuable books?

  Are you able to maintain your emotional stability regularly? Or do you often get depressed or get angry or irritable easily?

  Do you get 7 to 8 hours of sleep a day? Why?

  3. The habit of having a schedule

  ①Definition and meaning of a planned schedule

  Learning to organize time in a planned way is one of the signs that a person starts to live independently. Many parents accidentally become the "substitute manager" of their children's time, which makes the teenagers deviate from the time planning. Teenagers complain that their parents are too strict with them, but they do not realize whether they should plan their time. If they have a reasonable time plan and communicate well with their parents, I believe parents will slowly give up being the "substitute".

  Effective time users don't start doing things right away, they start with scheduling. People are often the worst at managing their time. The point of scheduling is the articulation, relaxation and efficiency of time.

  The articulation of the schedule is conducive to doing the most suitable things at the best time. Some people like to procrastinate, often making it easy to do things delayed and a great deal of trouble. Soichiro Honda, the world-renowned Japanese motorcycle king in the world of automobiles, motorcycles and racing, learned the meaning of time connection from playing iron.

  At the age of 3, Soichiro used to go to his father's workshop when he was off to pick up some iron pieces and make his own toys with a hammer. When he grew up, he often had to carry his little sister to school, and when he came back from school, he helped his father pull the bellows to make farming tools.

  Once, Souichiro for his father to pull the bellows, pulling the "bada bada" ring, the burning fire straight up. Half a day, the kitchen knife billet in the hearth finally burned red. I saw my father skillfully take it out with long tongs and put it on the anvil, holding a hammer in his right hand, clanking it up without delay. Soichiro saw his father sweating, his heart had a bit of intolerance, so he asked.

  "Dad, can't you hit it one at a time? Bud beat fast, see you tired ......"

  My father looked at him and replied, "How can I? If Bud is slow, the kitchen knife will be cold, cold can still hit? Bud so well, do anything, you have to be fast, not slow."

  "Be fast, not slow." These words of his father were deeply imprinted in his mind.

  On another occasion, Soichiro saw his father place three iron billets on the anvil in a row and quickly rotate them. Soichiro felt a little strange and couldn't help but ask.

  "Dad, why do you have to play three pieces together? Wouldn't it be better for Bud to play one piece after another and take it easy? Bud."

  Father smiled and said, "These pieces are small in shape and can be beaten together. If you can beat the iron together, don't beat it separately, so that you can speed up and save time. You have to remember: work with speed, and don't delay the work you can do in one day until the next day, because every day there is a new job waiting for you to do."

  In his childhood, his father's inspiration to Soichiro in ironworking was always in his mind until he became the owner of a repair store and later founded Honda Giken Industrial Headquarters, where Giken was passed down from generation to generation.

  The tension of time refers to the need to know how to do things loosely and tightly. Some people do not arrange time scientifically, happy, continuous rotation without rest, unhappy, do not do anything, but also self-congratulation that "tired to rest." Such three days of fishing and two days of sunbathing, will only achieve nothing. Only the full use of their own time, learn to alternate between open and closed to do things can really play the value of their time every moment:.

  The famous German literary scholar Goethe wrote diligently throughout his life, his works are extremely rich, there are plays, poems, novels, travelogues, leaving a total of more than 140 works in his life, including the world's literary treasures - "Faust", up to 12,111 lines. How could Goethe achieve such amazing results? The reason lies in the fact that he cherished time very much in his life and regarded it as his greatest property. In one of his poems, he wrote: "How beautiful, how wide, how broad my estate is! Time is my property, my field is time." Once Goethe was in his child's room and saw a passage taken from a page of his child's memorial book: "Life has two and a half minutes: one minute to smile, one minute to sigh, and half a minute to love, for in that half minute of love he dies." Goethe was very angry when he read it; he thought it was an extremely unserious attitude toward life and a mockery of precious time. With a look of dissatisfaction on his face, he put pen to paper and wrote these words underneath the passage: "An hour has sixty minutes, and a day is more than a thousand. Know this, little son, how much one can contribute." Goethe said this and did this. Throughout his life, he used one clock hour as 60 minutes, regarded time as his life, and never wasted a single minute. Until February 20, 1832, this nearly 84-year-old man was still lying on his desk and concentrating on writing before he died.

  The famous French science writer Verne got up at five o'clock every morning and wrote until eight o'clock at night. In these 15 hours, he only rested for a moment during meals. When his wife came to bring food, he rubbed his sore hands, picked up a knife and fork, quickly filled his stomach, wiped his mouth, and picked up the pen. His wife said with concern, "You have written a lot of books, why do you still hold on to them so tightly?" Verne smiled and said, "Do you remember Shakespeare's famous saying? He who gives up time, time gives up him. How can one not hold on to it?" In his forty years of writing, he took tens of thousands of notebooks and wrote 104 science fiction novels, a total of seven or eight million words - what a staggering number! Some amazed people asked Verne's wife quietly about the secret of Verne's amazing achievement. Verne's wife said frankly: "The secret is that Verne never gave up his time."

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