30 May 2012
Stress is the inevitable by-product of the high-powered lives we live. Most of the time, there’s little we can do to even-out the pressure, right? Wrong, say stress-management experts. Your boss, for example, who manages to juggle work, home, and personal fitness, or super-productive employeeswho never seem to lose their composure. How do they do it?
Step 1: Make a list of all the things you have to do.
Take an hour out for yourself, order yourself a tall, sinfully-indulgent chocolate latte, and type out all the tasks you have to accomplish in the immediate future. All your activities, from business to leisure. Don’t write it out…typing will help you sort and order better. Write the completion deadline beside each task, and then sort tasks with the most urgent at the top.
Step 2: Remove to a separate list all the items that nobody but you can perform
This part of the list should contain high impact mainly work-related tasks that are your responsibility or those that require your expertise to perform. If you can delegate the task, it cannot make this list. These are things that will severely impact your business, or non-postponeable personal commitmentslike your partner’s birthday celebration. Let’s call this one List A.
07 March 2012
27 February 2012
|For the following, assume that x, y, a, and b are all positive. Also assume that a ≠ 1, b ≠ 1.|
1. loga x = N means that aN = x.
2. log x means log10 x. All loga rules apply for log. When a logarithm is written without a base it means common logarithm.
3. ln x means loge x, where e is about 2.718. All loga rules apply for ln. When a logarithm is written "ln" it means natural logarithm.
Note: ln x is sometimes written Ln x or LN x.
1. Inverse properties: loga ax = x and a(loga x) = x
2. Product: loga (xy) = loga x + loga y
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