Improving personal well being is a must thing to do for everyone. This is how you will enjoy doing your daily tasks; they will be less burden for you. This helps you to live a better life.
Before we get started with how we can improve well being in Africa, take some time to read this useful post at ronedmondson.com for bringing leadership awareness in Africa:
10 Personal Resolutions Guaranteed to Improve Your Ministry Leadership
The best leadership, in my opinion, comes out of the resolve a leader has made in his or her heart.
The resolve of a leader is a pre-determined approach to way a leader will lead. These are personal convictions, values, personally held beliefs, which shape decisions a leader makes and the way responds to others.
Your personal resolve – about anything – always determines the way you respond and your actions towards it. (I recently preached on how this principle impacts our spiritual life. You can listen to this message HERE.)
Most often these resolutions are made even prior to being in a leadership position.
Here are 5 resolutions that will help you to improve your well being.
1. Avoid Multi tasking:
Try not to do multi tasking and focus on a single task at a time. When we try to do multi tasking our attention gets divided into various tasks and that is how we get unable to complete our tasks efficiently.
2. Be optimistic:
It is very much essential for you to remain optimistic or have a positive approach no matter what kind of conditions you are going through with. Stay positive and try to accomplish your tasks in a better way. People who are optimistic have healthier hearts.
Also take some time to read these parenting resolutions by Laura T. Coffey at http://www.today.com/ for parenting steps you can take at home:
16 funny, poignant, personal resolutions for 2016 from moms and dads
Dec. 30, 2015
Laura T. Coffey
Let’s face it: Parenting is a LOT of work every day, week and month of the year, and most moms and dads make adjustments on the fly all the time. Still, there’s nothing like the start of a new year for taking stock of how things are going on the home front.
As part of our “Parenting Resolutions” challenge, TODAY Parenting Team contributors opened up about their hopes and dreams for the year ahead. Many of their resolutions are hilarious, many are touching — and all are real and relatable. We’ve compiled a whole bunch of them here.
3. Consume less time online:
It sounds scary to cut off with your phone or your computer but it actually improves the quality of your life. According to research excess use can cause loneliness.
4. Communicate openly:
Try to communicate openly with people. Express your needs and demands to other people and in the same way try to understand theirs.
Also watch this cute video by MakeupByTiffanyD to know her resolutions:
5. Be patient:
Patience is very important for personal well being. Try to take decisions and complete tasks with patience.
You should also consider paying a visit to Dr. Tim Gerstmar to know what more you can do to improve your life.