Self Appraisal


Hello there!

I am founder of LAYWi (Life As You Want it / www.laywi.com). I designed and my team develop this internet platform for personal development and personal organisation. We had fair success but recently I have lost momentum and need to carry it forward!

So I am trying to gather my thoughts around three important attributes of personality which stands between me and my goals.

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I would really appreciated feedback / comments on the way I think about these attributes and trying to resolve my approach.

Attribute 1: Ability – Possession of the means or skills to do something.
Big Claim – We are always capable of doing much more then we generally do!

Issues

  • Quite often we aren’t motivated enough (I am motivated)
  • Can’t see bigger picture or bigger picture is blur (I can see the bigger pictures too)
  • We did not started with end in mind and can’t be bothered  (I have end in mind too)

Resolution

  • Build momentum via small wins (I lacked these smalls wins I believe in continuous manner)
  • Envision the journey from start to end (I have done this many times)
  • See the rewards clearly at end (I can see that)

Attribute 2: Motivation – Self drive or reason for behaving in particular manner or way!

Big Claim – Motivation determines what we do!

Issues

  • Other aspects or offering of life are more motivating which give instant pleasure
  • Superficial wins over deep rooted motivation (Limbic part of brain which control emotions wins against Frontal Lobe – logical part of brain)

Resolution

  • Align one’s needs and wants (Seems I have both going in different directions for now)?
  • Get emotional attached to what you one’s want to achieve in life?

Attribute 3: Attitude – Settled way of thinking or feeling about something

Big Claim – Attitude determine how well we do it?

Issues

  • Is Attitude determination or discipline or dedication?
  • Or is Attitude  open minded but unwavering commitment ?

Resolution

  • Still trying to figure out right attitude?

Thank you!!

One small step can change your life – Robert Maurer


Introducing the practical and inspirational guide to incorporating Kaizen and its powerful principles into one’s daily life. Rooted in the two thousand-year-old wisdom of the Tao Te Ching–“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”–Kaizen is the art of making great and lasting change through small, steady increments. Kaizen is the tortoise versus the hare. Kaizen is the eleven Fortune 500 companies that significantly outperformed the market through moderate, step-by-step actions. Kaizen is losing weight not by a crash diet (which more often than not crashes) but by eating one bite less at each meal–then, a month later, eating two bites less. Kaizen is starting a life-changing exercise program by standing–just standing–on a treadmill for one minute a day.

Written by an expert on Kaizen–Dr. Robert Maurer, a psychologist on the staff at the UCLA medical school who speaks and consults nationally–One Small Step is the gentle but potent way to effect change. Beginning by outlining the all-important role that fear plays in all types of change–and Kaizen’s ability to circumvent it–Dr. Maurer then explains the 7 Small Steps: how to Think Small Thoughts, Take Small Actions, Solve Small Problems, and more. He shows how to perform mind sculpture–visualizing virtual change so that real change comes more naturally. Why small rewards motivate better than big rewards. How great discoveries are made by paying attention to the little details most of us overlook.

The book has been named one small step… for a reason, the book itself has been divided into 8 chapters, and each dedicated to simplifying everything into very small steps that we are comfortable following. Because let’s face it, we shriek from most things because we are uncomfortable with the unknown. The predictability in the smallness is what Kaizen preaches us. Do what you can!

For the ease of comprehension we are using diagrammatic flowcharts for each chapter of the book.

The first chapter is about how to innovate using Kaizen.

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The author suggests we use small steps innovating, start with steps that don’t challenge us and gently ease us onto our desired path.

The second chapter: Why kaizen works, enlightens us about how human psyche works and how to overcome our animal instincts in the wake of new situations.

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We are all aware that fear is nothing but our fight and flight instinct kicking in when faced with a stressful event. But an understanding of what is scaring you, can allow you to overcome it the kaizen way.

The third chapter: Ask Small Questions

Bombarding the mind with questions that it can’t foresee an answer to will induce anxiety, which will prevent you from initiating action and procrastination.

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It is only an added advantage, as the human brain release rewarding chemicals when we get an answer, right, the reason why people enjoy trivia so much.

It adds to the belief of a task being doable as well, when we have answer to the questions we ask.

And now Chapter 4: Think Small Thoughts

Thoughts become actions, since Kaizen is all about taking less risks and smaller steps; it is but obvious that one is advised to think practical and doable thoughts, instead of setting far off future actionable.

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It will also enhance ones productivity as the results will be more rapid because smaller thoughts are more real time.

Chapter 5: Take small actions

Although this chapter is but obvious after everything we know about the book from the 4 chapter before this one but let us take a look at the picture to know why & how it works?

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Because thoughts are always in theory and actions are in real world where circumstances are seldom ideal as according to our mental imagery.

Chapter 6: Solve Small Problems

This chapter talks about taking notice of small problems before they become big, most of our big problems would never happen if they are tackled at the right when they arise. Taking cautionary steps will not only resolves issues as they appear but also keep you informed on the overall status of a situations.

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Chapter 7: Bestow Small Rewards

Good things in come in small packages, one must be able to appreciate the small things in life to be happy and successful.  All successful people appreciate all the things they’ve been bestowed with. One of the all time favourite comedian of all times Jerry Seinfeld once described the mantra of his success to be appreciation of everything around him. He advised loving everything from your pillow to your car for their presence in your life.

The chapter is also preaching us to appreciate the smallness of life, every bit of life and its experiences.

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Chapter 8: Identify Small Moments

This last step can really enhance the way you appreciate every experience. Cultivating the habit of identify the universal seed of creation in everything will automatically make your life more fulfilling.

This blog has been brought to you by www.laywi.com, a personal development website that is endeavouring to weave timeless theories of human motivation and well studied value systems of successful figures in the history into a web application that is suppose to help its users live a life they want.

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LAYWi has taken into account the concept of Kaizen while develop the app. LAYWi is thoroughly broken down its functionalities into detailed bits that forces one to think in small steps. This habit of small thinking, actions, rewards etc will ease you into the habit of living a more fulfilled life instead of a rushed life that is so common in the today’s day and time.

And all the detailed analysis of your thoughts and plans in combinations with other powerful systems of human motivation are bound to get your plans out of your dreams and into the real world.

Register on www.laywi.com today and own your own personal guide to the Kaizen way of life. Start with a small step, create a To-Do list for today and see how penning down something so simple and small can trigger off a big big revolution.

LAYWi is free and safe. It’s an e-friendly, can be accessed from a PC, on your Ipad &, smart phones.

Your dreams are just a plan away on LAYWi.

Watch on your financial networth!


Through knowledge and discipline, financial peace is possible for all of us.

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What?

 

LAYWI for Life!Are you worried that you may outlive your resources? Do you want to provide your children as much as you can and not be a financial burden to them? Do you want your family to inherit your wealth?

Most likely, you want your heirs to be safe and comfortable, to help them become established and successful in life, and to provide for their medical or housing needs if they meet unexpected emergencies.

In establishing goals and objectives for the use and transfer of wealth, you probably prioritize them in this order: self and spouse, heirs (children and grandchildren), and community needs. It is essential to develop a wealth management plan that matches your priorities.

 

Why?

 

LAYWi for Life!LAYWi takes care of your Economical Well-Being by providing organised methods to divide your Wealth into various components so as to establish clear and concise objectives for the wealth management plan.

1. Income: Income is the sum of all the wages, salaries, profits, interests, payments, rents and other forms of earnings received in a given period of time. Calculate your monthly & annually average Income estimate. Figure out the pattern of your Income stream. An outline of your current Income will help developing effective Income boosting strategies.

2. Spending: Financial experts suggest you track your spending for a period of few months so that you start working on your budget knowing where your money is going. LAYWi is the best option to write down all purchases and payments as you make them. Computing the Spending to Income ratio is a key job in planning Wealth Management.

3. Assets: Making a list of personal assets may be a bit time-consuming, but well worth the effort. LAYWi provides quick & systematic ways to record all your Assets. When you make a list of personal assets, it becomes a valuable tool and will assist you later in life while planning for retirement, making an insurance claim or writing a will. The list will also afford you peace of mind and provide convenience to family members in critical situations.

4. Liability: Liability is an obligation which legally binds you to settle financial dues including credit card balances, taxes, mortgages and loans.
Cover all the liabilities in your Wealth management plan to be financially well placed.

5. Insurance: Insurance is a tool which reduces the cost of loss or effect of loss caused by variety of risk. It accumulates funds to meet individual losses. Manage all your Insurances including Health insurance, vehicle insurance, house insurance or travel insurance at a single place to get an entire outline of your financial situation over a period of time.

 

Step 1

 

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Login wait for the Define Me page to appear. Go to the Wealth tab. Click on the Tools icon & choose the option to Add row under the Wealth component where you wish to add data.

 

 

 

Step 2

 

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Enter all the requisites like type of entry, description, amount, time period before saving the data. You can also add organisational aiding information using tools like Diary, Attachments, Reminders and Tags.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 3

 

featured imageA net worth statement adds up all your assets, the things you own, and subtracts from that your liabilities, all the debts you owe. Yearly net worth statements allow you to track your financial progress. Based on all the data added in the Wealth rows, LAYWi generates annual Networth Reports to monitor your financial conditions over time.

 

 

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. Start yours, Sign-up for Free!

 

Remember  Need any clarification or support – drop us a note at support@laywi.net

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Don’t look for happiness, create it with LAYWi!


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Life is a Journey, wisdom is knowing what path to take and integrity is taking the journey.

 

What’s LAYWi ?

 

LAYWi, is platform which you can use to Define Life you want, Refine to see the gap you have between you of today and you of your dreams. Once you know the gap, you can plan to Achieve them using projects containing tasks in time-bound manner.

LAYWi is about your life, your dreams, your projects, self learning and awareness, journey towards your happiness which depends on your self actualisation. It can’t be three click public affair, its Sacred! It would take time, patience & understanding – its just one LIFE you have, plan to be what you want to be, Live and achieve your dreams and not others!

 

Why LAYWi?

 

One thing that unites us as humans irrespective of geographic, social or religious differences and that is the intrinsic drive to dream, dream of better tomorrow, better relationships, better jobs or career prospects, better life in general.

Apart from these, there are other intrinsic characteristics of humans – to be good, to improve, seek security, be social and so on. And we are no exception and LAYWi is our reflection of Roadmap & tools to achieve our dreams.

All these are what makes us human and sets us apart from any other living species. And whenever we turn our back on any of them, we turn our back to happiness and our purpose of existence to certain extend and we are less of being we were suppose to be.

Its not that, any of us can achieve anything and everything but we surely are talented enough to have something unique in us, something unique only we can achieve. But to discover that we need to undertake a journey of self awareness to self actualisation, that’s what LAYWi is all about – Your Journey, your Life! Its best taken inside out!

It is never too late to be what you might have been. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.

 

The Roadmap

 

LAYWi_AreasDefine: Self Awareness

What defines you as person, what makes up your life?

At end of this section, you would have all your relevant information & knowledge catalog at proper place systemically which could be search, set reminder on, store attachment against, maintain notes and shareable with relevant people. Mind would be free to think new ideas and ways to achieve them rather then doing chores of remembering things and dates.

LAYWi covers all important areas to help you create a happy and successful life. Learn more

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Refine: Self Profiling

Here you start your journey towards life you want, you discover your strengths, weakness, You essay your vision, discover and form your value system for life. Learn more.

 

Align and Achieve: Self Actualisation

Here all your Defined and Refined information comes together and you embark upon your journey. Prioritising your goals, align resources and executing your projects to achieve Life you want. Learn more.

 

The Tools

Content Organiser

Gives LAYWi users space to organise their digital contents securely at one place.

Also gives ability to set reminders on them, share them, access them from anywhere, suggest the necessary documents toLAYWi_Tools be digitalised and many more features.

Connect

Connect to people you know or want to connect, communicate with them, sharing their and your expertise to enrich both lives, engage with common goals, happiness and sharing the same.

Dashboard

Dashboard gives you snapshot of your engagement with LAYWi, brief summary and a measure of most important areas of your life.

Calendar

It also give you view of your day, week and month, all your reminders and scheduled tasks / events.

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Gives you ability to manage all your favourites at one place, may it be Restaurants, Recipes, Books, Locations, websites and so forth.

Just create your own category and/or sub categories to arrange your favourites in best possible manner which suits you.

Diary

Gives you ability to manage all your Journal or Notes or information to be gathered in an organised manner.

Users can create as many diaries as they want, tag them for better search, ability to format you entries, share them securely and much more.

To Do List

Gives you ability to manage all your To Do list needs. List can be as a simple check list or you can have additional features such as action by date, comments, reminders, priority etc.

 

The Complete Picture

 

LAYWi CompleteBeside providing a framework that helps you define your roadmap for life and set of tools to help you realize it. LAYWi is full of best practices at heart which intrinsically help you achieve your goals and happiness.

And above all, we care and we want to improve continuous ours and yours life!

 

Now that you have 40% infrastructure ready to succeed in life, other 60% depends on your purpose for life, your persistence, dedication, passion and willingness to walk extra mile to make a difference, to achieve what you always wanted. Go on!

We would never promise it would be easy but we do promise it would be worth while!

 

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. Start yours, Sign-up for Free!

Goals Achievement made Easy


Close your eyes and imagine being at a wonderful location like the hills with clouds descending at your feet and sipping on a delightful tea, I bet you can almost feel how unbelievable happy you would feel if this were happening to you. If you can imagine it happening then what is it that is stopping you from living this dream? Lack of Money or time or too many Obligations? But have you ever thought if you had deliberate plans of spending your days and/or weeks, you would be able to squeeze a lot more out of it ?

A lot of us spend our lives under the burden of uncertainty and fear of it. It doesn’t have to be that way, cultivating the habits of setting proper achievable goals can free us from most of the problems we face in life. Setting proper goals to live life a certain way that align with the values of your life can transform your living experience into days filled with purposeful events and general fulfillment.

Even people, who live the so called relaxed/bohemian life, plan their actions to be aligned with the values they abide their lives with.  The lesson here is knowing what you want and attaining it step by step and refining it as you go along.

One should think of goals as Russian nesting dolls, one goal should be an inset of another, everything you want to achieve in your life must contribute as a stroke in the portrait of your life. Because motivation is an intrinsic feeling which maximizes when there is least resistance.

One can follow simple steps to ensure that goals setting and achievement is a smooth process. You can also use www.laywi.com to ensure strong planning of each step. Laywi.com also helps you determine and establish a stronger value system that further helps you set more honest goals. Let us learn how to set achievable goals using www.laywi.com.Image

Set Written Goals: The obvious but most people often are misguided in their attempt to set realistic goals, not thinking about what they will have to do to achieve them but what the goals will do for them once they are fulfilled. Although it is crucial to imagine how the goal fulfillment will make them feel, but at the same time it’s also very important to tread lightly as to not startle yourself. Use LAYWi’s align and achieve to set written goals to the last detail. It is a very systematic process, firstly, a user sets their intention to achieve what they want using project definition, which includes whys and whats of the projects initiations, which also refines your thinking, in the sense it forces us to think it through. Further a user divides the project into various sub-tasks, where you can also set a trail of processor tasks and successor tasks.

Set deadlines: It is very important to give yourself a time frame within which you will achieve a certain sub-task, project and the time for evaluation for the overall project. LAYWi lets set time frame and the reminders for all. Any task or project nearing completion will pop up on your dashboard as a reminder of it. Plus you can set daily reminders also for task that you want to work deliberately on a daily basis.

Measurable goals: Again obvious but most of us forget that a goal is a means to an end, so should have measurable outcomes, LAYWi lets you set evaluations scales for all the objectives you set for a goal. For example, you are acquiring a new skill to reduce error and save time. The objectives you define in the project can then be used to be rated on a scale and the overall progress is shown on your dashboard.

Feedback: Acquiring feedback, you can share the values you establish in LAYWi’ value system with a friend or a peer on laywi.com to help you get a better feedback minus of self blinding biases, which will help a user understand the limitations they may possess and how to work around them.

Self feedback: Reflecting on your journey to achieve a goal using LAYWi diary can also help plan better goals and realistically. Plus it is right there for you to refer to anytime and from anywhere. LAWYi is a 100 percent secure.

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S.M.A.R.T derived from the goal setting theory, which stands for specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time targeted, is a recipe for  perfect goal setting, which has been imbibed in LAYWi, and made easy and more refined by additional features like sharing for feedback, diary, To-Do lists, Connect, Content organizer is a delight to use for personal or organizational use.

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Sign up for your free account today and plan the life of your dreams.

Happy LAYWi-ing!!

Getting Things Done – the Right Way !


 

Getting Things Done by David Allen is a revolutionary book, it became a cult soon after it was published and acquired a place in pop culture as GTD (short of getting things done), which its popularly known today. The book suggests an outline for getting control of your life through the five stages of mastering workflow/mindflow: collection, processing, organizing, reviewing and doing. It has been a little over a decade since its publication and the GTD method has been quoted, recycled and talked about so many times since its inception that it has now seeped into the public consciousness, somewhat obvious to most of us, and yet most of us forget to use this wonderful method to empty our minds on to a tangible platform to get things done!

Although the book has about 13 chapters altogether, and is fairly long book, but luckily you don’t have to spend too much time revisiting or reading how to apply GTD to get maximize productivity because the author himself has provided a flowchart of actions, so the book also lives up to its teaching of avoiding wastage of mental resources to free up time for more important tasks at hand. Already off to a good start!

 Simply start with taking some time out, gather a notepad or anything else to write upon, just empty your mind of things at the top of your mind as tasks to be done.  After you have written those down, simple recall the flowchart or look at it (attached below). Examine each task by running it through the steps of the flow chart and render it a priority.

One of the big reasons why this method works so seamless is because of a phenomenon called Zeigarnik Effect, which is the tendency to experience intrusive thoughts about an objective that was once pursued and left incomplete (Baumeister & Bushman, 2008). Because a task has been given a relatively higher priority in your mind, it keeps popping in your mind, just as when an app is opened on your mac pc and the the app icon bobs up and down till you give it attention by clicking on it. It can bother and distract you from your current task.

One you align your thoughts with actionables, your mind simple frees the space to be more productive.

Start with collection, gather all the tasks that have to be completed. You can any collection tool of your choice, a notepad, an app, email or whatever suits you.  The book mentions three “collection success factors”: 1. Every open loop must be in your collection system and out of your head. 2. You must have as few collection buckets as you can get by with. 3. You must empty them regularly.

Then comes the processing stage, which is mostly running the task through the flowchart to determine its urgency.

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In the Organize stage, the author describes eight categories of reminders and materials: trash, incubation tools, reference storage, list of projects, storage or files for project plans and materials, a calendar, a list of reminders of next actions, and a list of reminders of things you’re waiting for.

The fourth stage is reviewing, which is go back at a scheduled time every week or day, to look at the aligned tasks.

The fifth and the most important step is DOING, here he talks about the 5 phases of project management.

    Defining purpose and principles — In defining purpose, one asks “why?” Answering this question provides the following benefits: it defines success, creates decision-making criteria, aligns resources, motivates, clarifies focus and expands options. Principles create the boundaries of the plan and define the criteria for excellence of behavior.

    Outcome visioning — A vision provides a picture of the final result. Allen discusses the Reticular Activating System within the brain and how it acts like a search engine. In defining the desired outcome, this filter in the brain brings to one’s attention those things that match the vision. In addition, Allen states that you won’t see how to do it until you see yourself doing it, and his advice is to view the project from beyond the completion date, envision “WILD SUCCESS”, and capture features, aspects, qualities you imagine in place.

    Brainstorming — Brainstorming identifies how one gets from here to there through the generation of lots of ideas. Allen recommends writing down these ideas to help generate many new ones that might not have occurred had the brain not been emptied by writing down the original ideas. Writing ideas down also provides an anchor to keep one focused on the topic at hand. This idea of writing to spur thinking has been labeled as “distributed cognition”. Keys to effective brainstorming are: don’t judge, challenge, evaluate, or criticize; go for quantity, not quality; and put analysis and organization in the background.

    Organizing — Allen describes the key steps to include: identify the significant pieces; sort by components, sequences and/or priorities; and detail to the required degree.

    Identifying next actions – Author states that a project is sufficiently planned when every Next Action has been decided on every front that can actually be moved on without some other components having to be completed first.

Now you are wondering how all of the above sounds like a lot of work, and wishing there was a ready made solution to this problem as well, that is exactly what the people at laywi.com thought, before they came up with the design for a website that does exactly that.

An application that holistically helps its users plan and achieve their goals and tasks, using a scientific backing?

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LAYWi is the answer to all of your planning and goal management needs.

LAYWi is a new age personal development website that helps you prioritize, organize and get things done. www.laywi.com has an inbuilt project management/development system that lets you define principles/values, define your vision, clarify your strengths and weaknesses using a SWOT analyses of all important areas of one’s life, and most of all it organizes all your main areas into one place, easily reviewed on everyday basis.

 

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Plus it has tools such as To-Do Lists, checklists, diaries, storage for all your important documents and a section to retain all your favorites’ in any given category.

It is a one big digital solution for all your life organization, planning needs.

Its free, accessible, user friendly and has been designed to let you live your life to the fullest capacity possible.

Sky is the limit for those who want to aim!

 
 

The 7 Habits of Highly effective People- 2


This is a follow up blog to our previous blog on ‘The 7 habits of highly effective people’(https://laywi4us.wordpress.com/2013/11/06/the-7-habits-of-highly-effective-people/).  This blog is dedicated to the second part of the book which emphasizes on synergy and clean intentions to get ahead in pursuit of an ideal life.

The three habits that are covered in this blog are: Think win-win, seek first to understand, then be understood, Synergize.

The first habit in this section Think win-win, is a lesson in humanity we all must learn. We must know every situation is created twice, once in thought and another time when it is manifested in reality, this is no spiritual gyan, but a fact. To cause harm, you have first perceive harm.  This habit preaches to always take decision that is beneficial as a whole. Thinking win-win will ensure you are leaving behind enough goodwill in case you have to detour or go back. Plus mostly, if you are normal person (read not a narcissist/megalomaniac) positivity in your work and relationships will strengthen your confidence, making you take those many more chances.

The second habit of ‘Seek first to understand, then be understood’ is also in line with the fourth habit of the book, and the one discussed immediately above. A person must step into the shoes of his colleague or friend to understand what makes them tick. This is useful in many ways, such as when an argument is struck, you feel in control since you know what place they are coming from, and it will also help you come with a suitable peace offering thereby salvaging the blow to the relationship and continuing on your path to your goal.

The third habit in the second part ‘Synergy’ preaches us to include people in our journey toward our goals after we have incorporated the above two habits. It preaches us to feel free to include people, as long as they benefit out of them too. Great men always preach to ask for help, it is also a skill, and not everyone can feel entitled to it. But if you have developed the above habits, you will be able to master this skill as well. The key is open discussion of your ideas and thinking of your team as equal partners in the process.

 

 

Developing the above habits will engrain in you the habit for creating, so no matter where you are stuck in life, you will always be able to create opportunity to live as you want it.

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The habit above can easily be defined as values, and a value system shows in the essence of everything one does, guide you and keeps you true to yourself. And one can only excel when they have a handle on what results they truly want.

What’s for you in LAYWi?


One thing unite us as human irrespective of geographical or social or religious differences and that is human intrinsic nature, which is to dream, dream of better tomorrow, better relationships, better jobs or career prospects, better life in general. Few more of those intrinsic characteristics of humans are ‘Be good’, ‘To improve’, ‘Seek security’, ‘Be social’ and so on.

Of course there is flip side to all of them too, like to satiate need of being ‘be good’ people  indulge in self deception and make convincing stories around it or another need ‘to improve’ people  on one hand want to improve but along side don’t want things to change which is related to being ‘in control’ and hence associate improvement to loosing control and in turn security – so reject improvement or change.

So whats the solution to this conundrum ? Well that’s what promote me to research for long time and come up with humble system called LAYWi which can be reached at www.laywi.com. 

Road-map to life, Life as you want it

Solution here is to approach yourself systemically, understanding yourself properly, stressing on yourself honestly – we at LAYWi call it ‘Define Me‘ phase. This is an iterative process and should not be expected to achieved in one evening – for you and your life are more important then that and deserve more time, thought and attention.

Define me at laywi.com

Refine Me‘ is next phase to ‘Define Me’ where you indulge in some honest self appraisal we call ‘Self Profiling’. You can also seek feedback from other people in your network on site (laywi.com). Under this phase, you would also indulge in some dreaming process to called ‘Visioning’, building your plans for future, where do you see yourself 10 years or 20 years from today. This is would get you and your sub-conscious mind thinking what steps would be required to reach there, what resource you need, whats the gap between you today and you in your visioned state.

Finally in this phase you would also build a ‘Value System’ for yourself. Reason to have a value system in life to have good habits which would help you in your journey like building habit to be persistent and consistent in life, being honest and diligent, developing self leadership and so on. All this good habits as your value system would help you intrinsically when going get tough.

Align and Achieve‘ is Last phase of LAYWi, here we get action oriented. We plan and act upon all goals, vision, habits we have decided to improve as part of ‘Refine Me’ phase. We can group them as projects, define the important factor which would be required by project to achieve its eventual purpose. There are a lot of questions you would answer along with process of Align and Achieve which would clear you mind of doubts and bring forth your implementation approach to you purpose in life.

LAYWi's approach to life at www.laywi.com

Peripheral to Road-map of life: Tools 

Another important finding my research showed was, its important to be organised so mind is free to think properly and come up with new design for happy and successful life.

Solution to better life at www.laywi.comSo we have tools  as second part of site give users lots of options to organise one’s life so mind is free of daily deadlines and botheration but they can still be sure that they would complete them on time like To-Do list, Content Organizer (to secure all your documents safely), Diary (Multiple use, can be a thought organizer or a learning journal for a project), Favourites (to organize a wish-list or any other fancy) Dashboard (A personal newsfeed for updates and schedules, rating from all part of site), Calenders ( for schedules and reminders), Connect – to be able to share and get feedback from friends, family and colleagues on content that you have opened to view by your chosen traffic.

Dashboard at laywi.comCaveat:

LAWYi is not a site which works in three clicks like 1. Click and Upload 2. Click and Share 3. Click and Comment, for life is itself is not that simple and need application of brain and efforts continuously and improving everyday bit by bit, step by step.