Directionless and Lost? Internal Values are Your Unerring Compass

What images come to mind when you hear the words ‘internal values’? It sounds kind of dry, but your internal values provide the context for all the choices you make about your time. Whether these are consciously-held values or not – they function as your guide. So, the more you can be clear and aware…

Working Smart Starts with Knowing YOUR Work Style

Working smart is all about making the most of your time. And while time tips can help you on that front, the most important element in working smart is knowing how, when, where and why YOU work best. Your work style is unique to you. So observing yourself as you move through your day is the…

Transitions and You – How is Your Transition Vision?

As promised in my previous post, here’s your exercise for checking your transition vision. This exercise gives you a leg up, when it comes to navigating through changes. Each transition is different, but knowing how you approach them makes your transitions much more manageable. And here’s something important to keep in mind: transitions are opportunities,…

Beginnings – Find Time to Make Yours Successful!

Beginnings can be a challenge for many of us. Quite often the toughest moment in a project or activity is taking the first actual action step. Despite your best efforts at mental rehearsal and preparing the optimal environment, the first step can look almost insurmountable 

How to Use the Dropbox Badge to Find Time

Dropbox is a powerful venue for storing and sharing files easily on the web. The Dropbox Badge is a nifty new tool – one that we hadn’t really explored here at The Time Finder … yet. But once we learned 

Boundaries-Use Them or Lose Them!

Boundaries are foundational to your success. Whether you’re talking about how you use your time, or how you manage your space, there’s no getting around the fact that boundaries are vital. It’s your boundaries 

Transitions – Look Back, Assimilate and Transform Your Time

There’s so much potential at this time of year, isn’t there? Seasonal transitions — really any transitions — are exciting and transformative! And they can be a little bit disorienting, too.  Quite often transitions involve taking one step forward then two steps back. We get there eventually, but change is never linear … and it