- To Change into another language
- 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,
“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.