In Transitional Times, Start by Putting Your Feet on the Ground

Transitional times throw lots of people off track because they are, by definition, disorienting. Finding time while you are in the midst of change is often very challenging. And this time of year, no matter where you live, is nothing, if not a monumental time of transition. Here in New Hampshire, despite the recent blizzard, we…

Habits — Try “No More” for Android When You Want to Stop!

Habits, especially when they are entrenched, can be very hard to change. Often, when we talk about habits, we focus on developing new ones that we want to make part of our routine. But equally important are the so-called “bad” habits that we want to step away from. Sometimes they are relatively small things that…

Transitions, Changes and the River of Time

How do you respond to transitions? Changes? I invite you to just pause for a moment and think about how the flux and flow of transitions affect your feelings about your time? Right now, here in the States, we are experiencing some big changes. These changes are profoundly disturbing for many. For others, they are…

Anger Doesn’t Need to Poison Your Day: 3 Timely Tips

In these tumultuous times, paying attention to anger and its impact on your time and energy is a great gift you can give yourself. The fundamental question is, how does anger poison your productivity and fuel stress? All too often, unprocessed anger is a sinkhole for energy and time. Whether it’s small irritations or simmering, longstanding anger,…

Move Through Sudden Change with These Timely Tips

Like a thunderstorm, sudden change can arrive out of the blue with lightning and high winds that spin your day off its axis. When that happens, how do you get your feet back on the ground? We explored helpful tools for dealing with this time challenge in our recent post titled Sudden Change Doesn’t Have to Throw You,…

Sudden Change – One Powerful Timely Tip

Sudden change is a reality of life – and it’s one that we’d mostly like to deny. After all, change itself is challenging – and when it arrives unexpectedly on our doorstep, it’s even more disruptive and disorienting. In last week’s post titled 

Sudden Change Doesn’t Have to Throw You

Sudden change is a time challenge that many of us dread. Indeed, finding time to deal with disaster is not a subject that we relish thinking about – let alone writing about. But it’s something we all need to be prepared for. And as you develop skills, you’ll come to see that there are quite a few…