Do you know I have picked up 50 new subscribers during previous two weeks? That’s probably not very interesting. What’s interesting is that I haven’t posted anything in the past two weeks! (because of illness) I bet now I’ve got your attention, eh?
Writing a kick-butt post alone is not enough to win the hearts of your social media visitors.
This post was written for Blog Action Day. A day when bloggers from all around the world unite to raise awareness for the environment. My topic for this post is not a conventional environmental issue, but a look at the more destructive trend that’ll destroy our environment as well as our existence.
Astronauts tell us that when they soar far higher than the last layer of earth’s atmosphere, they see the earth as a tiny dot, among countless other dots, that looks as though it would fade into the vastness of the cosmos anytime. Our religious, national, and tribal loyalties look so frivolous when the boundaries and belief systems that separate us lose significance. At the same time, the protection and comfort of our little home seems more important than anything else in the cold and dark cosmos.
Admit it or not, our minds have evolved in a way that they don’t retain information for too long. Even worse, whatever forms as thoughts and ideas is usually a hopelessly jumbled mess unless we lay it out before our eyes and force it to come out as clear and coherent ideas.
Luckily, with the advent of digital note-taking, to-do lists, mind-mapping, and personal organization tools, undertaking this seemingly daunting task is a breeze. With the help of following 40 best task management tools, you can get the clutter out of your way to find time to be more creative, and get the job done in time.