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टालमटोली करने से कैसे बचें!

हम काम को टालते रहते हैं, सोचते हैं पांच मिनट बाद कर लेंगे, लेकिन कब पांच मिनट घंटों में बदल जाता है और कब पूरा दिन ही इसमें खत्म हो जाता है पता ही नहीं चलता। विनय सिंह हमें बता रहे हैं कि कैसे हम टालमटोली की आदत से बचें और काम को टाइम लिमिट के अंदर फिनिश करें।
Gousiya Content Writer

 1. कठिन काम सुबह करें 

सुबह के समय हमारी एनर्जी लेवल हाई होती है। साथ ही, हम एक्टिव भी होते हैं इसलिए ऐसे टास्क को सिलेक्ट करें, जिसे हम ज्यादातर टाल देते हैं और बाद में करते ही नहीं हैं। उन्हें सुबह करने की आदत में लाएं जैसे कि कोई सब्जेक्ट जो आपको पसंद नहीं तो उसे सुबह- सुबह पढ़ने की आदत बनाएं।

2. कठिन चीजों को हिस्सों में बांटकर खत्म करें

जैसे आपको कोई प्रोजेक्ट बनाना है, टाइम कम है और आप डर भी रहे हैं, ऐसे में काम भी नहीं होगा और आप डर अलग जाएंगे। सबसे अच्छा तरीका है पूरे प्रोजेक्ट को टॉपिक वाइस और टाइम लिमिट के साथ हिस्सों में बांट लीमजए। जब एक पार्ट खतम हो जाए, तो मूड फ्रेश करने के लिए चॉकलेट खाइए। हर सेगमेंट के फिनिश होने के बाद मूड को फ्रेश रखने के लिए कुछ करते रहिए, जैसे स्नेक लीजिये, थोड़ा टीवी देखिये या फिर म्यूजिक सुनिए, काम भी खत्म हो जाएगा और आप बोर भी नहीं होंगे। इसी तरह हर काम को खत्म कर सकते हैं।

3. अपने काम का रिव्यु कीजिये

लंच टाइम तक आपका आधा दिन खत्म हो जाता है, जब आप लंच कर अच्छा फील करे, तब अपना रिव्यु खुद करें कि टाइम लिमिट में कौन-सा काम आपने फिनिश कर लिया और कौन-सा नहीं कर पाए। अगर आप फर्स्ट हाफ में ज्यादा काम नहीं कर पाए, तो घबराइए नहीं अभी आपके पास आधा दिन और बचा हुआ है। काम को दुबारा शुरू कीजिये ।

4. 10 मिनट का चैंलेज

अपने आप को 10 मिनट का चैलेंज दीजिये किसी भी काम को पूरा करने के लिए, क्योँकि इंसान का माइंड जब कोई चैलेंज में काम करता है तो जयादा एक्टिव हो जाता है। शुरू करने से पहले थोड़ा डर लग सकता है पर यकीन मानिये ऐसा करने से आपको अच्छा लगेगा और काम को टाइम पर पूरा करने की आदत भी बन जाएगी।

5. साथ में एक्स्ट्रा एक्टिविटी

बहुत ही आसान है जब आप मैथ्स के सवाल हल कर रहे हों तो थोड़ा सलो म्यूजिक चला सकते हैं। ऐसा करने से आपका मन लगा रहेगा। जब कुछ पढ़ रहे हों, जो आपको पसंद नहीं तो साथ में चिप्स जैसा कुछ स्नेक ले सकते है जिससे आपका पढ़ने में मन भी लगेगा और अच्छा महसूस करेंगे। धीरे-धीरे आपको बोरिंग चीजें करने में भी मजा आएगा।

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5 mindset upgrades that India needs for the sake of its teens

We as Indian's are blessed with a rich heritage of culture and traditions but sometimes that makes us victim's of our fixed mindset. Here are 5 fixed mindsets that we need to upgrade now...
Khubi Amin AhmedContent Writer

Walking through the by lanes of teenage is not any short of walking through a battleground. There are dangers lurking around at every nook and corner of puberty and teenage. Plus, most of the teenage issues are made more difficult than they actually are by one common culprit – a fixed mindset.

Especially in a country like India, we are constantly weighed down by the patriarchal fixed mindsets that our society just refuses to let go. Some of these mindsets are so deep rooted into our society and sometimes even in our family that they jeopardise our future.   

Let’s take a look at 5 fixed mindsets that India needs to dump now...

  1. Mindset: Marks = Intelligence

In India we have this fixed mindset where we believe that the marks scored are a measurement of a student’s intelligence. Truth is that the current Indian education system is largely driven by rote learning ie: memorizing technique based on repetition.

However, a student’s true aptitude depends on the kind of intelligence they have. To know more about which kind of intelligent you are, read this story.

  1. Mindset: Sharmaji ka beta is the competition 

Another fixed mindset that our country is a victim of is – we constantly compare our teens to that overachiever a.k.a Sharmaji ka beta we all seem to have in our life.

Read more on this fixed mindset, in our story on Sharmaji ka beta.

  1. Mindset: Doctors and Engineers are the only credible career options

There is this obsession in our society about kids who become doctors and engineers. In most, if not all (let’s not generalise) Indian homes; the merit of a child is judged based on their capability to become either of the above.

If a student has career aspirations that are not conventional, the child is discouraged and outcast. 3 idiots the movie; dealt with this fixed mindset beautifully; read our story on 3 Idiots here.

  1. Mindset: We are like this only, so we can't change

Another fixed mindset that we Indians are a victim of is that we are so stuck to our traditions that we are not willing to change for the betterment of our own.

Not moving ahead with time and sticking to a conservative approach to life further widens the generation gap and that does no good to anyone. This is where we can use the growth mindset and learn to evolve with time while also staying rooted.

To accommodate parental expectation a student should not have to make his/her personal goals suffer.

According to our in-house Counsellor, Kshitija Sawant, “It is important for us to question the existing practices intermittently and to evaluate how effective they actually are. We also need to remember that many practices were never meant to benefit everyone living in the society. So, if being traditional helps you to grow, that’s fine, but if being traditional is getting in the way of your growth, then it’s time to change.”
  1. Mindset: Either you are born intelligent or you're average or dumb!

Another Indian mindset that needs to change is the labels that we love to tag people with. A student is either average, or intelligent or just dumb –

And this is decided based on an education system that only tests our memory!

A student’s performance in academics is not a measure of his/her intelligence. Not only are we all intelligent in different ways; but we are also  capable of doing our best.

A lot of social, emotional and mental health factors can influence our intelligence and performance. So we must learn to steer clear of labels. According to our in-house Counsellor, Kshitija Sawant, “It is ridiculous to make comparisons between people having different kinds of intelligence and assume that just because one person is good at academics, he/she is smart, while even if the other one is outstanding at sports, he/she is average or dumb. Making such comparisons is unfair, since each and every person serves a different purpose in society.

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