Being Wrong Versus Being Confused
Cultural issues related to wrong choices
An example of being wrong might be if you purchased a large top load clothes washing machine that did not fit in the space that a traditional front loading washer would have fit. Using the same example, being confused would be if you did not understand the differences between the two types of washers in terms of benefits, water consumption rates, and so on. The result typically is you postpone the decision.
Postponing a decision from being confused reduces the risk and possibly the embarrassment of making a mistake but it also can mean missing the opportunity to have gained. Both involve risks. Different cultures approach risk in different ways
Just one more night and the battle begins, for one of the awaited boxing match in the year. Manny “The Pacman” Pacquaio versus Ricky “The Hitman” Hatton. This fight looks like both Manny and Ricky are very prepared and neither would want to go down. They have trained very hard for months and now it's almost time to show who had their trainings worth.
Apple Versus Android Security
Online security has always been a big issue, and while mobile devices have been relatively immune to viruses and malware in general, the widespread use of these devices have made them prone to the attacks of unscrupulous individuals and groups. In the world of desktop and laptop computers, it is generally accepted that Windows is the weakest. That is also mainly due to the number of its users.
In the mobile arena, we have two main players, Apple iOS and Android. Which one is better when it comes to security?
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Time Management Versus Life Management
When most people say that they want to improve their time management, what they are really saying is that they want to improve their life management. By this I mean that for most people it isn´t just a case of how to best organise the tasks they have to complete. Most of us find ourselves in a more complex situation with multiple demands that go beyond the number of hours that there are in the day and with conflicts of motivation that affect our focus and effectiveness. It is one thing knowing what you should do; it is another actually feeling enthusiasm about it and doing it.
Therefore, we need the next generation time management approach, which is life management. Life management is the intelligent response to multiple choices, demands and your motivation that enables you to take control of your life.
So, if time management is simply organising well your time and tasks; how does life management differ from this?