Just for fun and interesting research!
Recently I come across below article, found it useful and customized for my convenience!
1. Strategize – Think of Career/Business
2. Step Back and reflect – Visualize larger Goal
3. Organize workstation – Clean, Focus
4. Check to-do lists and calendar(s) – Deadline/ Meeting preparation
5. Glance at emails – Just Glance, prioritize
6. Acknowledge and plan for the tough projects
7. Update to-do lists, block calendars – Plan
— — a. First slot for writing important communications
8. Set a goal for the day – Differentiate between urgent/important
10. Greet the team – Priority for Managers
11. Avoid distraction
12. Avoid people conflicts
13. Do not plan for meetings as first thing in the morning, at least before planning your day :)
Camera Model : Nikon D3000
F Stop: f / 4.8
Focal Length: 116 mm
Exposure: 1/60 Sec
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@@Version can be used to find SQL Server version. You can also use few system variables to find additional information as follows
select @@SERVERNAME as Server_Name -- To find Server Name
select @@SERVICENAME as Name_Of_Windows_Service -- Can be used to fin InstanceName
select @@VERSION as VersionInformation -- To find SQL Version and Windows Server
select SYSTEM_USER as UserInfomration -- to find the credentials used while connecting SQL Server
SELECT SERVERPROPERTY ('productlevel') as ProductLevel, -- TM/ SP1, SP2 etc
SERVERPROPERTY ('edition') as Edition -- Express, Standard etc
You can use Google to set quick remainder while working on a system to define how long you want to work on specific activity.
You can set the timer at specific time Ex: “set timer for 11:30” or you can set the timer in next X minutes Ex: “set timer in 15 minutes’
At times, I use it on the screen during presentation breaks J