One day a teacher giving a lecture about time management in students NBI premises he stood in front of the class and said ok class is now time for the quiz and then took out an empty bucket puts them on the table and fill the bucket with rocks as big as abysmal hand he filled the hold up there is no longer enough stones to put into a bucket and he asked the class.
Do you think this jar was full all the class said yes the professor asked him to return really kah so later from the table she took a bag of small pebbles he poured gravel into a bucket and then shuffle-ngocok the bucket so that the gravel down to the bottom filling gaps between large rocks and then once again he asked the class.
Well if this jar full this time the students fell silent and there was a student who answered may not Prof nice responsible Lecturer and then took out a bag of sand and poured into a bucket of sand was falling and filling the gaps between the stones and gravel and once again he asked the class okay if now you think this bucket is already full.
Yet said seluruk class and the professor was saying nice, nice and then he grabbed a pitcher of water and began to pour it into a bucket up to the brim and he again said the reality of the illustrations had taught us that if you do not put the big rocks first, then you do not will be able to enter semuanyan large stones in your life are your children your spouse your education.
Things that are important in your life teaches us one thing you do work that you love time for yourself your health your friend or all worthwhile remember to always put the big rocks first, or you will lose everything if you sweat the small stuff a kind of gravel or sand then your life will be full of little things that worry and it should not be necessary.
Because then you'll never have the real quality time you need for great things, and importantly, every morning or evening when you reflect on this short story ask yourself whether large rock in your life and do it first.