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Insights needed: Do personal timetables work for self-development and improvement?

By Guest Author On May 15, 2010 Under Personal Development

You know, for people disorganized like me, procrastination is our best friend and willpower is just subdued by constant laziness. The result? Countless nights of sleep deprivation, coursework turned in late, bad hair days, red eyes, diet inconsistencies (days where I could eat like a pig, and others where I could live on water).

Oh. And spiritually, you just feel like crap.

Superficiality will do you no good. Start with simple goals, one at a time; easiest first and give yourself plenty of time to finish it; if not; start over with the same task. Organization for entire schedules will come much later. Also think of the long term consequences of your behavior

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6 comments - add yours
Susan

May 16, 2010

Wow I’m thankful Im only in 9th grade….that sounds tiring
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SOMBER 123

May 16, 2010

Superficiality will do you no good. Start with simple goals, one at a time; easiest first and give yourself plenty of time to finish it; if not; start over with the same task. Organization for entire schedules will come much later. Also think of the long term consequences of your behavior
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Abdulmalik

May 16, 2010

"procrastination is our best friend"

Although you are being sarcastic, Ibn Al-Qayyim (ra) mentioned that if you go through Qur’aan, you see most of the reasons of the crying of the people of Hell to be related to procrastination. Or something along those lines.

Wal-Asr..!!! And the next ayah will make it clear. The cure is the ayah following that.

And there is no god but Allaah !
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Suheir Hammad

May 16, 2010

Haha.

People like my mother; they can wake up; plan they’re day out and gradually follow that same line until the day ends without going under or above a minute. But me personally; I can’t work in that set mentality, and I would feel caged if I was supposed to set a timetable. You don’t ness. need a timetable to conquer disorganization; just keep in mind your ‘needs’ and ‘extras’.

Good Luck.
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Prince of Loserville

May 16, 2010

are u adhfar ibn ahmad
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Mariam

May 16, 2010

if you are completely going to flip yourself and stick to the time table sure .. but if you know you are going to be lazy and find loop-holes in your time table then no.

motivate yourself
and then insha’Allah .. stick with your plan.

cz what you are currently doing is not good for the long run.

im kinda like that half of the time *sigh*
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