It is not knowledge, but the act of learning, not possession but the act of getting there, which grants the greatest enjoyment.
By – Carl Friedrich Gauss
“There are skills” and “There are skills”… , there are skills that are difficult to learn, but, mastering them pays off in the long run. So, what are these skills:
Learning to effectively manage your time helps you perform at your absolute highest level. Having to do everything that really matters in a day, even if it means taking just a single step towards achieving your goal, rather than wasting time on minute things that may not pay off in the end.
Learning To Say NO
It may appear difficult to say no at times, but, being able to do so at the right time is necessary. It helps you free yourself from unnecessary constraints and free up time and energy for more important things in your life.
Knowing When To Shut Up
It is very crucial to know when to talk or not. If you are able to read and respond to your emotions, you’re able to choose your battles wisely and only stand your ground when the time is right.
It is the ability to recognize, understand and manage your emotions and the emotions of others. It’s a powerful way to focus your energy in one direction, with tremendous results. It affects how we manage behaviour, navigates social complexities, and make personal decisions that achieve positive results.
Getting high-quality sleep
Quality sleep is good for our brain, therefore, learning to get high-quality sleep on a regular basis is a difficult skill to master, but it pays massive dividends the next day. It helps one process information and solves problems at a faster rate.