1- Maintain a positive mental attitude.
What is a positive mental attitude? What do we mean by it? Well, for starters, thinking positive does not mean that you go ahead and keep your head in the sand and, you know, just not face situations at all. Thinking positive goes way beyond what we are able to make out it sometimes. You can begin by simply grasping the concept of approaching the unfavorable situations in a more positive and constructive way.
There are some problematic paradigms of thinking approach which everyone needs to eradicate:
 Judging or Misjudging? – It may happen sometimes that people tend to overgeneralize things and situations based on short interactions they happen to have with people. It is unfair! We need to do away with the mentality of judging people based on what they let on during the short meeting for certain specific purpose. You need to understand that you do not know the person.
What will it take for people to accept others for who they are and not make fun of them simply because they are different from themselves?
When it comes down to it, we must know that people are different. No two people are completely alike. We need to accept these differences and stop judging people. It is hurtful to them and makes the people making fun of them, look bad.
Who are we to judge how others act, look, dress or approach? To make fun of a peer is immature and makes people uncomfortable knowing about your presence in the surrounding because it becomes bothersome to them in ways which you may not even know.
 What is the reason for this kind of mentality to even exist? Polarising! – We sometimes look at things in black or white light; we do not consider the middle ground which is hazardous. We need to know and be okay with different perspectives, and reasons which could be influencing forces behind people's actions and approaches in general.
Everyone is normal in their own different ways. People think differently and it’s okay. As long as they keep it to themselves, we must know that it’s not our headache. As adults, it is our responsibility to make conscious effort to abide by the fundamental principles and contribute to making society better.
2- Time management – Or not?
Time management is extremely important in your personal and professional life. A wise management of time leads to satiated conscience and peace of mind as you’re able to achieve your targets timely.
It has been explained in plenty of books written about the various aspects which time management contributes to. Time management is a part of our formal education. There are several other books as well which discuss the subject of the importance of time management – such as the book “Balancing the Scale” by Caesar Rondina, which hits the subjects like time and choices one can make which could impact our lives.

Author's Bio: 

Oscar Shepherd is a Creative Graphics Designer by his profession. He also use to write his opinions on different topics.