Find Time to Tweet It Up and Enhance Your Event Exponentially for Everyone!

Finding time to use Twitter to publicize your next teleclass or special event is an excellent and effective adjunct to any on-line marketing plan.  Do you use Twitter as fully as you can to get the word out?

If you follow me on Twitter, you’ll see that I tweet about my EducationRich and HeartBased Interview Teleseries both before and after-the-fact.  That’s because I love sharing this valuable information with as wide a group of people as I can.

But here’s another thought.  Have you considered using Twitter during your event, too?

You may have noticed that when I tweet about an event, I use the hashtag #findtime.  This is a hashtag that we created to use for our Finding Time Interview Teleseries, as well as for other Time Finder Tweets.  The nice thing about the hashtag is that it makes it easy to find those specific tweets.  As other people begin to use the tag, it targets and enhances communication and begins to create a sense of community.  This can be especially powerful during your events!

Jenni Izzo recently posted a piece on Twitip offering some tips on How To Incorporate Twitter Into Your Event.

While Jenni’s post focuses on live events, there is great potential here for teleclasses, too.  With a Twitter stream flowing during a class, participants can offer comments on-the-spot, connect with other attendees, and let others in the Twitterverse know about the event, right while it’s happening!

Imagine … you might be doing a call next week when someone in Belgium or Malaysia reads about it on Twitter and decides to dial in on the spot.  Isn’t that powerful and amazing?!

I invite you to try out the #findtime hashtag at our next event … or right now, for that matter.  We can connect and create dialogue any time we want to.  It’s simple, easy, quick … and powerful!

And speaking of our EducationRich and HeartBased Interview Teleseries … there’s still time to grab the MP3 of my interview with Nutritionist and Clean Eating Coach Wendy Battles-Plasse. We explored how you can “Start Living Your Healthiest Life Today: Timely Tips on Clean Eating, Self-Awareness and the Power of Prevention.” We’ll send it to everyone who signs up on our teleclass page!

This was a jam-packed, info-filled call … and it’s NEVER too late to learn all about healthy eating and prevention from one of the best!

When you sign up, choose our VIP level and you’ll receive a word-for-word transcript of the call, as well as a special gift from Wendy – her 26-minute MP3,”4 Simple Steps to Meal Planning Success.” This audio is loaded with Wendy’s easy and practical tips that help put healthy eating within your reach every day!

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! Grab 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 …

Find Time to Breathe-Especially When You're Busy!

SolitudeFinding time when you are at your busiest can sometimes seem impossible. “How can I shoehorn in one more thing?” you ask.

I can relate!  Here at Finding Time we are entering into a very busy September, with at least two teleclasses in the works for this month and a new product launch in the next couple of weeks.  (Stay tuned for more information on everything.) I’m here to testify that finding time to breathe in the midst of busy times is not only a self care skill, it is a key element in optimizing your energy and, quite simply, getting things done.

Finding time to breathe isn’t an indulgence, it is a matter of practicality and good management of your time and your energy!

So how do you find that time?  When you are already overwhelmed and your to do list stretches to the horizon, how do you take time to do something that seems unproductive?  Here are 3 tips to help you do it!

  • First, really work to let go of the notion that this is unproductive time.  It is precisely the opposite.  Stand this notion on its head and make your breathing time a priority.  Make it a TOP priority!
  • Second, know that this doesn’t need to involve a LOT of time. I advise taking 1-3 minutes several times a day.  It is wonderful if you can find more time to breathe quietly, but make this a minimum.
  • Third, chunk your tasks into time increments.  Whatever span you decide on – 45 minutes, one hour – include your quiet, breathing time as part of it. Depending on your preference you can have this time at the beginning or end … or even in the middle of your task.  The key is to include it!

As you incorporate this quiet time into the fabric of your daily routine, you will be amazed at the profound benefits that you experience.  You will feel more calm, relaxed, and grounded, no matter what is on your plate.  You will also probably find that creative ideas and solutions to problems bubble up through the silence.

Try it, and discover what a powerful and energizing part of your day a few moments of quiet breathing can be!

How does this go for you? I’d love to hear!

What if you could find another hour every day? You can! You are invited to sign up and download The New Finding Time Boundary Template. It’s FREE, and when you sign up you will also receive (if you don’t already) my FREE, weekly Finding Time Tips and my FREE, monthly Award-Winning Finding Time E-zine!

Let’s explore time together …

Find Time to Breathe-Especially When You’re Busy!

SolitudeFinding time when you are at your busiest can sometimes seem impossible. “How can I shoehorn in one more thing?” you ask.

I can relate!  Here at Finding Time we are entering into a very busy September, with at least two teleclasses in the works for this month and a new product launch in the next couple of weeks.  (Stay tuned for more information on everything.) I’m here to testify that finding time to breathe in the midst of busy times is not only a self care skill, it is a key element in optimizing your energy and, quite simply, getting things done.

Finding time to breathe isn’t an indulgence, it is a matter of practicality and good management of your time and your energy!

So how do you find that time?  When you are already overwhelmed and your to do list stretches to the horizon, how do you take time to do something that seems unproductive?  Here are 3 tips to help you do it!

  • First, really work to let go of the notion that this is unproductive time.  It is precisely the opposite.  Stand this notion on its head and make your breathing time a priority.  Make it a TOP priority!
  • Second, know that this doesn’t need to involve a LOT of time. I advise taking 1-3 minutes several times a day.  It is wonderful if you can find more time to breathe quietly, but make this a minimum.
  • Third, chunk your tasks into time increments.  Whatever span you decide on – 45 minutes, one hour – include your quiet, breathing time as part of it. Depending on your preference you can have this time at the beginning or end … or even in the middle of your task.  The key is to include it!

As you incorporate this quiet time into the fabric of your daily routine, you will be amazed at the profound benefits that you experience.  You will feel more calm, relaxed, and grounded, no matter what is on your plate.  You will also probably find that creative ideas and solutions to problems bubble up through the silence.

Try it, and discover what a powerful and energizing part of your day a few moments of quiet breathing can be!

How does this go for you? I’d love to hear!

What if you could find another hour every day? You can! You are invited to sign up and download The New Finding Time Boundary Template. It’s FREE, and when you sign up you will also receive (if you don’t already) my FREE, weekly Finding Time Tips and my FREE, monthly Award-Winning Finding Time E-zine!

Let’s explore time together …

Find Time for Planning … Not for Worrying

WorryFinding time for planning, and for telling the difference between planning and worrying, can be a challenge.  It’s one that we’ve had to confront head on here at Finding Time, LLC in recent days as we’ve worked to recover from unexpectedly losing our web host, web site, and most of our infrastructure.

Yesterday we took a major step in the recovery process, as we launched the import of our mailing lists to our new provider.  We planned carefully and notified a small number of people ahead of time.  Now the process is out of our hands and we wait.

Meanwhile, there are lots of other things happening at Finding Time.  I’m preparing for planned teleclasses and putting the finishing touches on a new product … while also working on several others at various stages of completion.  This is wonderful, proactive, forward-looking work.

But even as we look ahead, at the back of all of our minds, we are pulled toward worry.  What will our list look like in a week?

To improve your planning power, distinguish planning from worrying!

This is a key concept to keep in mind – especially during times of change or transition.  Do what you can to make sure that things go smoothly, and then let go.

Worrying only saps your energy for other things. Let go of what you can’t control, and turn that “worry energy” into “planning energy.”  Put it to good use.  It’s energy!  You aren’t at its mercy – it is shaped by your choices!

Transforming your worried moments into planning moments will involve letting go and making some conscious choices.  It will help you use your energy more creatively and proactively! Try it – and please drop me a line – I’d love to hear how it goes for you!

What if you could find another hour every day? You can! You are invited to sign up and download The New Finding Time Boundary Template. It’s FREE, and when you sign up you will also receive (if you don’t already) my FREE, weekly Finding Time Tips and my FREE, monthly Award-Winning Finding Time E-zine!

Let’s explore time together …