Transitions are Jarring and Your Feelings Count

Transitions create upheavals in your life. No matter what, they turn things topsy-turvy for awhile. And living in the midst of that can be tough. So the first key skill, when it comes to navigating transitions, is recognizing when you’re going through one. Then, at the very least, you know why things feel a little…

Paula, Time Carries Me Forward, But I Don’t Feel 65!

Time can be so mysterious. It looks different to us, depending on our age, and on what we believe about it. That’s what struck me when I read a recent e-mail from one of our e-zine subscribers. Her particular challenge is about turning 65 — and her quandary illuminates a universal experience. Time, since it’s always…

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…

Resolutions 101: When You Slip, Release Failure and Focus on the Fix!

Resolutions are in the air, as 2014 begins its unfolding and we all anticipate making some desired changes in our lives. It’s an exciting time, filled with hopeful energy and new promise.  And for many of us, it’s a time when we re-introduce resolutions that we’ve made 

Energy, Pace and Productivity: Flexibility Helps You Find Time

Flexibility is a key component in your time finding tool box. Self-awareness, coupled with flexibility allows you to pace yourself and boost your productivity in response to your needs, circumstances, and energy levels. 

Time and Regret: Mining the Lessons Then Letting Go

Time and regret are words you may not often see associated on a blog that’s focused on managing your time for business and personal success. But our focus here is on Heart-Based Time ManagementTM.  And regret, if you think about it, has a huge impact on our hearts … and 

Anger, Control, and Fear: Untangle the Knots to Find More Time!

Earlier this week I wrote about enlisting the power of gratitude to transform your anger into something manageable, creative and positive in your life. Today I’d like to dig a little deeper and explore the roots of anger. I find that they are similar, for many of us;