Habits: Let Go of the Ones that Waste Your Time!

Habits can be helpful, and they can keep you stuck. Keeping that fact in mind, an excellent time management skill is sorting out the time habits that help (they’re the ones you want to keep) and those that don’t.  These are the ones you want to let go of. 

Gratitude: Feel How It Deepens and Expands Your Time!

Gratitude is way of being and perhaps one of the most powerful life skills that you can cultivate.  That’s because gratitude changes everything! Maybe your heart is filled with gratitude right now, as you savor your holiday moments. Let your feelings of gratitude wash over you.  Feel how they enhance and deepen your experience of…

Find Time to Look Back and Savor October and Our Top 5 Time Finder Favorites

Finding time to look back and savor what’s been is a great way to energize and ground yourself as you get ready to move ahead.  It’s definitely one of my favorite parts about starting a new month here at The Time Finder. When you look back and savor, you solidify and assimilate lessons learned.  You…

Finding Time for Feelings-Move Ahead Powerfully by Looking Back

Finding time for feelings is hands-down the most powerful time management skill that you can develop.  Whether you are naming your feelings in the moment or looking back to find their roots, the moments that you spend exploring your emotions will energize you for whatever tasks you face. Yesterday we looked at the importance of…

Find Time for Your Feelings-When You Name Them You Claim Your Power!

Finding time for your feelings is a key stepping stone in the heart-based path to your time success. Last week, when I introduced this topic, I quoted Brian Tracy, who said: Just as your car runs more smoothly and requires less energy to go faster and farther when the wheels are in perfect alignment, you…

Finding Time for Feelings: It’s The Heart-Based Way

Finding time for feelings is as key a time management skill as you can ever develop.  And yet, this is a subject that is rarely discussed in time management circles.  I think that is because feelings are seen as “soft”  and subjective – not measurable or scientific. When you approach time management in a heart-based…

Finding Time for Feelings: It's The Heart-Based Way

Finding time for feelings is as key a time management skill as you can ever develop.  And yet, this is a subject that is rarely discussed in time management circles.  I think that is because feelings are seen as “soft”  and subjective – not measurable or scientific. When you approach time management in a heart-based…