The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
Posted on June 26, 2012, under Time After Time.
Finding time to celebrate accomplishments is a very positive and powerful way to enhance your relationship with yourself and give your energy a nice boost. So, in that spirit, we celebrate the fact that The Time Finder turned 4 on June 24th!
Our very first post appeared on June 24, 2008, and here we are, 4 years (and 781 posts) later – still going strong! It’s been a fascinating journey so far – and it can feel like the time has just flown by.
But can time really fly?
Well, the answer may actually surprise you! I heard a fascinating story about the relativity of time on NPR’s Here and Now yesterday and wanted to share this video that actually explains Einstein’s Theory of Relativity in a way that is accessible to the layperson. It was created by Justin Dowd and is both entertaining and enlightening to watch. It certainly surprised me!
Did you know that the passage of time is variable? Does it change your feelings about time – or about yourself in time?
Isn’t it fascinating … how vast and mysterious our world truly is?
And then, coming back to earth and our everyday lives, remember that when you celebrate accomplishments you benefit yourself in many ways! First and foremost, you validate your efforts and build a positive, supportive, trusting relationship with yourself. You know that you are always in your own corner … and you notice your hard work, no matter what. This powerful constant in your life makes the sky the limit for you!
I look forward to many more years of finding time with you, and celebrate our connection as I celebrate this Time Finder milestone!
And would you like 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!