Most of us have a life that runs on a fast lane. It is exhausting and stressful. We always lag behind our deadlines and end up with a pile of work which we were supposed to do yesterday. The lethargy creeps in, and we give up on things which were not difficult in the first place if we had our life organized.
We all run behind schedule. With all the goal settings and the lists of things to do in our daily agenda, no matter what, the time always beats us. These plans carry no meaning if we fail to achieve them. So, we end up exhausted and depressed. We question our capabilities and slowly give up on our honest intentions and succumb to things which hamper our personal development.
In this day and age, crimes on the internet are becoming significantly real, and we all should be worried about the safety and security that the new technology has presented. Earlier you have to be an expert to hack computers, but now anyone can do it. A report says that 60% of the computers are hacked in some way or the other. It could be tough to know whether you are one of them so we decided to throw some useful facts that can assist you in identifying if your privacy is in danger.
Well, the year has begun. We all have set up specific goals for ourselves and why not? – It is the flavor of the month. Isn’t it?
But why do we set up goals only when the year ends. Is it because we failed to achieve anything which we aimed for the year gone by? Or, is it because we got lazy and procrastinated on our goals by doing too much planning and being a skeptic of really going for it. The reasons are in hundreds, but the outcome is only one. We failed in realizing our goals. So the next year has begun. How should we set up out goals realistically? Before that, let’s analyze why we fail to achieve them.
Humans use a small percentage of their brain power. However, the potential power of the mind is far superior to a supercomputer. In fact, when the computer was invented, it was modeled on the human brain. So, if we intend to outsmart ourselves or be a much superior person to what we are now, we need to remodel our lives around the computers to improve our levels of discipline, focus, efficiency, and productivity.