man created alarms to become more aware of time. An alarm helps wake people up, take a lunch, remember the food is completed, and most importantly it was built to give control back to the user. Setting an alarm for tasks times to be completed is helpful. With thirty to sixty minutes blocks for task activity, an alarm should go off dictating a need to move on to another task. An alarm can also single due times for scheduled appointments on a phone Calendar, or Computer Calendar.
When cooking a meal an alarm is set so nothing gets overcooked. People are prone to getting distracted while waiting. This goes for task activity as well. Working to long, or hard, on one task activity can fry the brain. The brain needs rest, and actually can last longer by changing things up. Even authors writing a book take breaks every one to two hours. This is so they can walk around, sit outside, eat a little snack. Recharging their brains.
A person deserves to stay focus. A human has complete value. A task is a thing. It comes and it goes. It will be there tomorrow. In some cases even the hardest workers can fall away but their single job task will continue on with another person. Our lives matter more than the task at hand. It will get done. It can get done, but a person’s life must maintain purpose over tasks. Set an alarm to life. Tasks will always be there tomorrow. Never work hard, but be productive!
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