Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Take Tips : Car Exhibition on Tokyo Motor Show 2009

Really nice to get some new about Tokyo Motor Show 2009. this is gonna be a big Exhibition in the end of the year...
This is some tips when you want to buy a new car.. From this exhibition show, you can see so many type of vehicle.. This exhibition will show to you, about the car perform, the car ability, the car power, the car which you need.. You can get so many information by this exhibition.. So if there are some exhibition, not only about Motor Show, you should to go to there especially, if you want to buy something and need the related product with the exhibition, you will get so many information...

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Medical Tips : How To Find Right Doctor?

A common problem patients face is that when they go to a new doctor , he insists on repeating all the tests all over again. In NY State, there is a place on the Department of Health web site where you can check on anyone who has a professional license issued through them. While this can be frustrating and expensive, it can be helpful as well, because it allows the doctor to reassess your problem with a fresh perspective. Please ask your doctor to explain why he needs to repeat the tests, and how this will help in your treatment. If tests have already been done, but are more than a year old, or if they have been done from an unreliable lab, you may need to repeat some of these again.

Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Do you have experience in this treatment? When you last time you get this medical case?

Will you refer me to an obstetrician when I get pregnant or will you deliver the baby?

Will you send me to another physicians or laboratories for treatments or tests?

Which hospital(s) do you use?

Questions to ask About Tests, Surgery, and Treatments

What kind of procedure is it?

What will the procedure tell you?

What results do you expect?

How long will it take?

What will it cost? Does insurance cover it?

Will it hurt? How will it make me feel afterward?

Can you do it in your office? As a hospital outpatient?

Will I be incapacitated? For how long? Will I miss work?

Will my spouse be involved? How? Will he/she miss work?

Will it interfere with our sex life? How?

Is there another alternative about this treatment?

Questions to ask About Medications

How long will I take it?

What will it cost? Does insurance cover it?

Will it hurt or have side effects?

Do I take it at home or at your office?

Advice: How to Manage Time and Set Priorities?

5 How to Manage Time and Set Priorities
Key Point
Good time management means defining priorities and scheduling activities.

What Are The 3 Rules for Effective Time Management?

1. Do not create impossible situations.
2. Define priorities.
3. Avoid distractions and lack of focus.

Do not Create Impossible Situations.

Do not get trapped into doing too much. Do not try to work full time and take a full load. Do not take too many lab classes. Use time to create success, not failure. Be realistic about school. For most classes, plan to study 2 hours for every 1 hour of class.

Make time your friend
not your enemy.

Identify your first priority classes and do whatever it takes to succeed. Drop second priority classes or Reduce work hours if necessary.

Define Your Priorities Using the 3-List Method.

Plan your work,
then work your plan
All time management begins with planning. Use lists to set priorities, plan activities and measure progress. One approach is the 3-list method.

List # 1 - The weekly calendar.
Create a weekly calendar. Make it your basic time budgeting guide. List your courses, work, study time, recreation, meals, TV, relax, etc..

Plan to study first priority classes when you work best. Be flexible, adapt your schedule to changing needs. Keep your schedule handy and refer to it often. If it does not work, change it.

List # 2 - The daily "Things to Do".
Write down all the things that you want to do today. Note homework due or tests or subjects you want to emphasize. Include shopping and personal calls, etc..

This list is a reminder. Use it daily to set priorities and to Reduce decision-making and worry. If time is tight, move items to your long-term list.

Rewrite this list each morning. Use visualization to help you focus on what to do. This list is also a measure of your day-to-day success. Check off items as you finish them and praise yourself for each accomplishment.

List # 3 - Goals and other things.
This can be one or two lists, a monthly list and or long-term list. Put down your goals and things you have to do. What do you want to accomplish over the next month or year? What do you need to buy?

Use this list to keep track of all your commitments. If you're worried about something, put it on this list. The purpose of this list is to Develop long-term goals and to free your mind to concentrate on today.

Avoid Distractions and Lack of Focus.

Time is precious. Yet many people waste time by getting stuck in one or more of the following coats.

Procrastination - putting off important jobs.

Crisis management - being overwhelmed by the current crisis. No time for routine matters.

Switching and Floundering - lack of concentration and focus on one job.

Television, telephones and friends - these are all ways of avoiding work.

Emotional blocks - boredom, daydreaming, stress, guilt, anger and frustration Reduce concentration.

Sickness - getting sick and blowing your schedule.

In all of these cases, the first step is to recognize the problem and resolve to improve. Use priority lists to focus attention. Try positive self-talk. To avoid distractions, find a quiet place to study, the library or a study hall. Get an answering machine.