Transitions – How do YOU Relate to Them?

Transitions are constants in our lives. Sometimes they are so subtle that we hardly notice them, like our out breath and our in-breath. And sometimes a transition takes our feet right out from under us. Finding time to live our lives as fully as possible requires that we respond with openness, curiosity, acceptance, and agility…

Time and Talk – What You Say to Yourself Really Matters!

Time is precious and limited. The energy that you bring to your time affects how you experience it and how you use it. And going one step deeper — how you talk to yourself has a profound effect on your energy — and by 

Moments – Live Each One Fully for More Energy and Time!

Moments – they are the building blocks of your minutes, hours, days, weeks, and years. It’s easy to get caught up in planning your future or thinking about your past. But both of these activities take your attention away from your here and now.

Perfectionism – How It Poisons Your Time

Perfectionism is a major challenge for many smart, high-achieving people – and perhaps most especially for successful women. Are you one of them?  Does perfectionism slow you down, skew your 

Breathing: Your Portable, Powerful and Dependable Stress-Reducer

Breathing.  It’s something we all do, pretty much every moment of our lives.  And yet, we pay it little mind … our breathing. And that’s to our detriment, because our breathing has a huge impact on how we experience our moments and our time.  Indeed, our 

Perspective Power-Change Yours and Find More Time

Perspective is a very powerful thing, and changing it not only changes how you see, it changes what you see, as well. Let’s try a little test about perspective. Do you feel stuck about something right now? Think of something that you’ve got your heels dug in about – or something that has you 

7 Time Myths That Keep You Stuck, Self-Critical and Stressed!

Time myths … we all harbor them, and they eat away at our helpful time habits, leaving us frustrated and behind-the-eight-ball. Often, time myths are instilled by our culture, our early messages, and behaviors we have observed in others.  They are deeply embedded …