How are you building your reserves?Although the concept is the same, we are not just talking about money.Do you have a reserve of time, resources and energy?Are you managing your life or are your life managing you?We are familiar with the concept of building financial reserves.Your family advisor tells you to set aside funds for emergencies;They give you advice on how much you should save (half a year's salary?The cost of a year?) They work with you to regularly set aside specific amounts for this unexpected emergency.All of these are good suggestions that you should put into practice.But in other areas of your life, you can (and should) build a reserve.By building other types of reserves, you take a big step in controlling your life rather than letting your life control you.* Energy Resource Reserve: building a resource reserve can save you money, time and pressure.Here are some examples: * buying in large quantities or buying in advance: by buying in large quantities what you need or buying before you need them, you get them when you need them, you don't have to put everything down and go to the store to buy laundry detergent because you have started a lot of washing..You can also save money, which helps you continue to build your reserves in another important area-finance.* Refuel your tank at the end of the quarter.By filling your gas tank with oil, you can avoid last minute inconvenience as you have to cut off your important schedule to the gas station.* There are backups.By providing backup or alternative resources for important and critical projects in your life, you can avoid crises again, or minimize crises that may take time and money.The most obvious example here is computer and data backup.But if your wallet is lost or stolen, someone else will keep a copy of all your credit cards and train someone else on a mission only one person knows, shoot videos of all your home content in the event of a disaster.Time Reserve: by "working ahead" you can keep your focus on the project and avoid crisis management.My mother is always nagging us "the time to leave you at the other end!Here are some examples: * Check your car.When you work your car inspection on other things at the beginning of the month, rather than having to put everything down on the 31st, the task will eventually take less time and less stress.* Paying bills.By paying your bill in advance, you can avoid mail delays, late fees and late fees.You have to pay them anyway, don't you?Why put pressure on trading?* Arrive at the meeting in advance.Planning an appointment 10 minutes in advance can avoid the consequences of unforeseen delays, thus minimizing stress.You can also use this time to prepare yourself and focus on meetings instead of feeling tired and stressed.Energy reserves.Yes, you can also build energy reserves.But do you?If you have ever had a dog, you know they will rest at any time, so they are "ready" at any time ".You can apply the same concept to your life.Here are some examples :.* Plenty of sleep.By planning enough sleep and getting it, you will add energy to your day.* Exercising.Exercising in your daily life will help you stay healthy and increase your energy reserves.A quick walk in the day can create miracles for the tired mind.* Eat healthy food.Your body needs fuel to work.When you put the right fuel into the machine, it releases the right energy.So how do you build a reserve?The first step is that you have to accept the concept of retention.Just as your financial planner will challenge you to save on a regular basis so that you can build up your financial reserves, you can achieve these other reserves by committing concepts and practices.So the first step is to take the concept as necessary and then take the mindset that you will change your approach to build more reserves.As with the establishment of financial reserves, this requires planning and discipline.By planning ahead, you will be able to seize the opportunity to build a reserve of resources, time and energy.I like to challenge my clients to "make their plans" instead of "plan their work "."Proactive planning allows you to group tasks in the most effective way, giving you more time on what's really important in your life.It can also minimize stress.Once you are committed to the challenge of increasing your living reserves, you need discipline to do so.Just like with a money saving plan, you can adopt an exercise plan, an atask management plan, or a backup plan.Sometimes it's as simple as moving the activities you do to the front of the list instead of leaving them behind.You build emotional and time reserves from passive to active.Not hard to do!It's just a matter of planning and discipline.We all want more time and less stress!What stopped you?