Find Time to Value Your Values the Heart-Based Way

Posted on August 10, 2011, under Time and Energy, Time and Values.

Finding time to move through life from your most powerful core means being in sync with your values – that’s the Heart-Based Way.

As Deepak Chopra has said, “Without values, there is confusion and chaos.”

Indeed, without that powerful, core connection to your values, your energy will be disconnected and diffuse.  Conversely, when you are moving through your days in the Heart-Based Way, you are tapping into a wellspring of personal power that will never dry up.

But first things first.  To find your Heart-Based Way, you need to ask yourself some questions:

  • How well do you know yourself?
  • How does your daily life and the way you use your time reflect your values?

Your personal value system is comprised of both your internal and your external values. These values profoundly influence how you see the world and how you use your time and energy.

Your external values involve areas of your life that are of utmost importance to you, such as your work, your family and/or your health. Maybe when you were younger, you absorbed the values of your parents or other influential adults in your life.  As you develop your own Heart-Based Way in life, you tend to redefine these values and their importance to you. For example, maybe as you grow older you place more emphasis on your health and spirituality, while the importance you attach to your work might diminish.

So, external values provide a frame for what you do – and your internal values provide a context for how you do it.  Your internal values are process-oriented. This is where the Heart-Based Way comes most significantly into play.

You might value, for example, integrity, responsibility and/or authenticity as a context or frame for how you live. Again, the direct and indirect teaching of your parents helps shape your internal values.  And even more, as you age and your self-knowledge deepens, the shape and texture of your own Heart-Based Way becomes clearer and clearer to you.

Do you feel that you are living in sync with your core values?  How do you actively manifest your internal and external values in your life?

Are you interested in deepening your understanding of time and your relationship to it in the Heart-Based Way?  

Then, I invite you to explore Secrets of Heart-Based Time Management – my chapter in the book I co-authored - Stepping Stones to Success!  In it I share my proven system for exploring and harnessing the power of your mind, your body and your spirit to help you deepen your experience of time and of your life.  As you work with the ideas I offer, you’ll explore your patterns, clarify your values, identify and prioritize your goals … and create your path for achieving them.

The in-depth interviews contained in this book provide practical and heart-based ideas to get you moving as you embrace yourself and your own uniqueness!  As one reader has said:

In fostering a climate of ever-expanding and deepening discovery, Paula’s system offers solutions that are founded in self-knowledge. They have a resonance and a wisdom that I find to be very unusual in the time management sphere.  Jordy Cornog, Canterbury, NH

You can give yourself the gift of this wonderful resource today, and get started on your journey toward success, Stepping Stone by Stepping Stone …just click this link to get the details!

What if you could find another hour every day? You can! You are invited to sign up for your FREE Finding Time Success Kit. It puts 3 key tools for your time success right into your hands! Claim it and see how you can recharge your energy, reduce overwhelm and frustration, and come to learn that 24 hours really ARE enough!

Let’s explore time together …

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