The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
On Monday we posted a survey, looking to learn more about how Time Finder readers feel about their social networking activity. If you’re interested, you can still take the survey right here (we’d love to have your input and questions).
One of our respondents highlighted a perennial challenge when it comes to social networking activities. This person noted that while he or she visited social networking websites “Very Often” the end result was that it “Often feels like a waste of time.”
That’s a discouraging double-whammy, as not only is the time gone, but it sounds like self-criticism often enters the scene at this point, too. That’s where social networking can function as both a time AND an energy drain. The more we spend time in ways that don’t feel nourishing and/or useful, the more we erode self-trust and self-confidence.
So, how can you connect with friends, family, business associates, and customers while not letting the social networks eat up your precious time? Well, when we asked how The Time Finder could help, this respondent said, “Provide the useful short tips that you already do!”
I certainly appreciate the kind words!
And then I thought that this would be a great opportunity to share 3 of my Weekly Finding Time Tips that relate to this exact time challenge.
Tip: You CAN cut down on time that gets “lost” on social networks or surfing the internet.
Tip: To discover what’s stealing your time, monitor your activities.
Tip: If you can’t stop or can’t say “No” to a social networking activity, maybe you don’t know where your boundaries are.
For more tips like these, you can sign up for the Finding Time Success kit by clicking this link, or by entering your name and e-mail address in the form on the sidebar. Couldn’t be quicker or easier!
And if you’d like to learn more about how you can expand and deepen your time and efforts … in whatever areas you choose, read on! 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!