Posts about 'Time Choices'

Productivity Tips for 2014-Small Bites are Best!

Posted on January 4, 2014 by , under Time Choices, Time Priorities.

Productivity StepsProductivity may be one of the things that’s on your mind as the New Year gets started.

With January 1, no matter where you live and what you do, you have the opportunity to look at the coming year as a fresh slate. (more…)


Follow-Through is Vital, Energizing, and Well Worth Your Time!

Posted on January 2, 2014 by , under Time Choices, Time Priorities.

Follow-Through in 2014Follow-through is one of the most powerful and trust-building tools in your time-finding tool box. Especially at this time of year, when so many of us have made resolutions – what we do next is important on a multitude of levels.

When we make resolutions we are basically  (more…)


Choose Gratitude to Transform Your Time

Posted on December 24, 2013 by , under Time Choices, Time Transformation.

Gratitude Transforms TimeGratitude is always a choice that enriches your time and your life – always. It is transformative.

Gratitude is grounded solidly in the realities of life. Sometimes those are joyful and sometimes they are hard realities. Coming from a place of gratitude, you take the full measure of your gifts in each  (more…)


Deliberate Practice – Find Focus to Find Mastery!

Posted on December 19, 2013 by , under Time and Energy, Time Choices.

Deliberate PracticeDeliberate 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.,


First Steps-Think Small for Sure Starts!

Posted on December 17, 2013 by , under Time Choices, Time Transformation.

First StepsFirst steps:  You can’t start without them!  Not only that, but taking your first steps always helps overcome resistance and overwhelm when a big project has you stuck.

But what do you do when first steps look daunting – or even dangerous?  How do you make  (more…)


Mistakes: Accepting and Learning from Them Deepens Your Time

Posted on October 23, 2013 by , under Time Choices, Time Transformation.

MistakesMistakes:  We try not to make them, but we do.

And it’s not the fact of making mistakes that’s the problem – it’s trying to deny and turn away from them that really gets us into trouble.

That’s the thesis of the fascinating article  (more…)


Daily Choices: The Weave of Your Time, Your Moments, Your Life

Posted on October 22, 2013 by , under Time Choices, Time Transformation.

Daily Time Choices TemplateYour daily choices are the building blocks of your moments. And your moments are the strands that make up the weave of your life.

Each one, in and of itself, may seem so small as to feel insignificant.  But daily choices build, one upon another, and both reflect and create who  (more…)


Time Feelings and Time Choices Powerfully Reframe Your Time

Posted on September 5, 2013 by , under Time and Energy, Time Choices.

Time feelings and time choicesTime feelings have a huge impact on your energy and your perspective on time. Your sense of what is possible depends, to a very large extent, on the time feelings that you bring to each situation you find yourself in.

Are you confident?  Overwhelmed?  The  (more…)


Your Feelings and Time: Get Ready to Reclaim Your Time Power!

Posted on September 3, 2013 by , under Time and Energy, Time Choices.

Your feelings and your time powerYour feelings go a very long way when it comes to how you perceive your time and how you use it. Indeed, your feelings can either enhance or drain your Time Energy™ – and in each instance, the choice-maker is you.

That’s your time power!  Your feelings  (more…)


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

Posted on August 29, 2013 by , under Time Choices, Time Transformation.


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  (more…)


Assimilating and Creating: Use Your Schedule to Deepen Your Time

Posted on May 23, 2013 by , under Time Boundaries, Time Choices.

Assimilating-Practice Makes PerfectAssimilating new skills and knowledge (attaining mastery) and allowing your creativity to blossom – these are activities that require a different kind of time and attention than our busy schedules sometimes allow.

Earlier this week I wrote about how distractions and interruptions impact our minds and memories.  Today I’d like to focus on two recent  (more…)

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Time Choices: Science Helps You Find More Time!

Posted on April 9, 2013 by , under Time Choices.

Time ChoicesTime choices are the building blocks of each and every day.  From the smallest to the largest, your time choices define your experience of your time … and of your life.

Yet, how often are these choices made unconsciously – based on old scripts or old habits?  How often are your productive time choices lost in the shuffle of  (more…)

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Your Stress: Find Freedom With Your Time Choices

Posted on March 26, 2013 by , under Time and Energy, Time Choices.

Your StressYour stress is what drains your energy and keeps you from enjoying your time to its fullest.  When your stress is in charge, you rush through moments, make mistakes, and ultimately lose time as you have to backtrack, redo things, and sometimes apologize for a short temper or frustrated tone.

And yet, your stress is something that you have much more power over than you probably realize.  That’s the good news that I  (more…)

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Time Choices: Distill Daily Lessons and Thrive!

Posted on January 31, 2013 by , under Time Choices.

time choicesTime choices:  They are the small (and not-so-small) decisions that give shape to our days, weeks, months, and years!

In recent blog posts, I’ve encouraged you to harvest your best time choices from last year, and my guess is that you  (more…)

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Habits: Let Go of the Ones that Waste Your Time!

Posted on January 29, 2013 by , under Time Choices, Time Management Skills.

Habits to let go ofHabits can be helpful, and they can keep you stuck. Keeping that fact in mind, an excellent time management skill is sorting out the time habits that help (they’re the ones you want to keep) and those that don’t.  These are the ones you want to let go of.  (more…)

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