Evaluate the way you spend your weekends so that you can get the most out of your time.
The opinions expressed by collaborators are personal.
What suits you best? Do you use your weekends as an opportunity to catch up, skip slopes or recharge energy?
There is no right answer, however if you constantly find yourself using your time to catch up you may want to check your ability to say no.
Knowing when and how to say that doesn't allow you to focus on your priorities and do the things that help you stand out in your career.
This is not an article that claims to tell people how to spend their weekends , that is 100 percent up to you. How you spend your days (to a greater extent) is up to you. However, this is an article that asks you to take a moment to reflect on how you spend your time on weekends.
When you learn to say NO as a professional, you can give yourself the opportunity to exploit your passions. As you continue to improve your ability to manage your time, you can give yourself the opportunity to exploit your passions. This is a luxury that you can enjoy because you will have taken the time to learn and master the art of negotiating.
Every day we wake up we have the opportunity to choose
Ask yourself … Is there someone who is keeping the best part of you?
My article asking this question includes a somewhat controversial element that says that the smartest bosses who want to have “the best of you” will encourage you to have an activity or hobby outside of work. It can be anything, but it must be something you are passionate about.
Because when we really get involved with our passions our mind breaks free and finds creative ways to solve any problem. Not necessarily on purpose, but it's something that stays on your mind.
Use your weekends however you want
There are no right or wrong ways to pass slopes. It depends on you and how you spend 24 hours a day. Yes, there are times when we have commitments and responsibilities that are beyond our control. But you decide how much time, energy and effort you put into each thing.
“If you're going to do something, do it well.” There is an old proverb that says if you are going to do something, do it well. And this is true both in your personal and professional life.
So how do you use your weekends? You use them to:
- Catch up
- Forward things
- Recharge energy and reflect?
In the end you decide how you use your weekends. Choose wisely.