Power to Translate

via Daily Prompt: Translate

  1. To Change into another language
  2. to change from one form, condition, or place to another

In good old days, Dictionary helped us and still helps depending on how much we are using it. In recent times, I have used Google Translate for places like my Montreal and Quebec on my visit where I could not translate while ordering food. The technology came handy.

For most of us, the second meaning of Translate will be on a day to day use, ” To Change from one form, condition, or place to another”. My colleague recently mentioned all the information is flooded with ‘ What to Do?”. How part is always missing and in this Saturday Storytelling I will try on ‘ How’ part to translate our 24 Hours of a day in a meaningful present, memorable past and a source for beautiful future.

  • 7 – 8 Hours of Good Sleep should be mandatory. Of which 11 pm to 3 am is must as they say our body organ needs complete rest. Block your Calendar from 11 am to 7 am if you are working on global so that no one can invite you for a virtual meeting.
  • 30 -45 min of Daily Exercise – Row, Run, Walk, Plank, Squat, Push-up, Biking, Swimming, Weight Lifting, Yoga. Keep it combination of three for exampling – Running, Plank, and Push-ups for one day and make your combinations for other days. The best time is always a morning and next best time any time before you go to sleep.
  • Magical 15 is about reading something new for 15 min and writing another 15. Just like I am doing it for Daily Prompt and word is Translate.
  • 8 Hours of work with dedications, innovations, and outcome. This is what pays for everything from Bills to Bread.
  • Family Time is a key thing.
  • And, Shopping!  Talking of Shopping – From the movie Pretty Woman, 
  • shopping
    “I was in here yesterday, you wouldn’t wait on me. You people work on commission, right? Big mistake. Big. Huge. I have to go shopping now.”
  • Translate your personality someday your Wax is also living. 

In order to translate we should keep telling our Story and I can not agree what Kevin Spacey has to say – Storytelling helps us understand each other, translate the issues of our times, and the tools of theater and film can be powerful in helping young people to develop communication/collaboration skills, let alone improving their own confidence.







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