New Habits, Skiing, and Finding Time

New habits. Ask anyone about them, this time of year, and you’re likely to get a blank stare, a hapless shrug, or maybe a defensive response. That’s because when it comes to developing new habits we tend to relate in a black-and-white way. We’re either doing it or we aren’t, and there’s no process involved.

Relaxation Tips to Refresh and Rejuvenate Your Time

Relaxation isn’t usually at the top of anyone’s list of New Year’s Resolutions. But, when it comes to being able to actually follow through on plans and aspirations, relaxation and self-care aren’t indulgences. Indeed, I’d like to propose that you reframe relaxation as a responsibility in this New 

Remembering What Matters in Just 30 Seconds of Your Time

Remembering what matters is a time and productivity challenge that has many people stymied. In today’s culture, information is flying at us from all angles – and what we find ourselves remembering is too often rather random, if we remember at all!

Tech Resolutions Create Time Revolutions!

Tech resolutions are pretty common fare around the New Year. That’s because technology can save us mounds of time AND it can eat up untold moments, often without us really even being aware.  So, starting a new year (or even a new month) with 

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 

Deliberate Practice – Find Focus to Find Mastery!

Deliberate practice is a skill that allows you to make the most of your time.  It’s a path to mastery that we all can follow. And yet, it may come as news to many … as it did for Performance Psychologist Noa Kageyama, Ph.D.,

One-Day-at-a-Time … One Small Change at a Time

One-day-at-a-time. How often have you heard that mantra? And how often have you actually acted on it? It really is how change happens: – one-day-at-a-time.  But we tend to forget that – either