Find Time for the Top 5 Time Finder Favorites for March

Finding time to savor the posts that were the favorites for Time Finder readers last month is one of the ways I always greet the new month.

It lets me look back and get a better sense of what you are looking for, as I plan posts for the coming month.  And it’s also an opportunity to reflect and bid a grateful farewell to time past, while looking ahead with anticipation!

So, what posts ranked as your Time Finder Favorites for March?  Well, our Time and Technology posts shared on Cyber Monday’s were a big hit this past month, with 3 posts making it into the top 5!

Find Time with Zamzar and Evernote Clearly on Cyber Monday ranked #1 and offered two time-saving tools that can both help you be more productive on-line. You can read the post for the details, but here are two quick bullet-points:

  • Zamzar is an online file conversion service that offers both free and paid options.  Files can be converted on the web or via e-mail, and there is a quite extensive list of  conversion options.
  • Evernote Clearly is a web-based tool that is part of the Evernote collection of products.  It converts web-based material to a wonderfully readable (and printable) format.

Coming in at #2 was Find Time to Take Charge of Your E-mail (So That It Doesn’t Take Charge of You)!  I don’t know anyone for whom the in-box doesn’t present a daily challenge.  And that’s especially true if you are an on-line entrepreneur.  This post offers some concrete, actionable tips for getting your in-box under control.  Ready to start?

Establishing and maintaining time boundaries is one of the keys – and the other involves creating a system for organizing the e-mails that you receive to make them accessible – while housing them someplace other than your in-box.

Find Time for AutoHotKey and … Find More Time! was the third most-read post last month.  If you haven’t checked it out, I highly recommend this tool.  It may look daunting at first, but it’s actually simple to use and can be very helpful, especially with repetitive on-line tasks.

According to my VA, who has explored it extensively, this tool is extremely easy to customize and saves her untold amounts of time.

Find Time to Recover: 3 Keys for Healing and Resilience was a popular post prompted by my recovery from a bad bout of the flu, and focusing on what resilience is (and isn’t)!

It is especially important to remember that resilience is a process not a character trait!  Indeed, the last thing you need when going through a tough time is to feel that you are somehow flawed because you are not bouncing back fast enough!

And last, but not least by any stretch, came Find Time for Empowered Compassion™ – a topic that is near and dear to my heart, and a foundational part of Heart-Based Time Management™.

When you bring compassion to any situation you make it possible to also bring your full and authentic presence to it.  Accepting YOU, you can let yourself BE!  And starting from that solid and real foundation, anything becomes possible.

Is your favorite Time Finder post listed here?  Are there subjects that you’d like me to write more about?  Please feel invited to drop me a line – I’d love to hear from you and serve your time finding needs!

And in the meantime, want to learn more about how you can expand and deepen your time and efforts … in whatever areas you choose? Here’s a great way to explore avenues to increasing your time skills and heart-based power – whether it’s in your business, or your personal life.  I am so pleased to be able to offer my expertise and support as The Official SelfGrowth.com Guide to “Time Management”.

You can visit by clicking the link, and when you do you’ll find lots of time management articles by experts in the field, along with a vibrant and welcoming on-line community. Stop by my Expert Page and leave a comment or question … or just say hello.  There are lots of ways to connect … let’s get started!

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