The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
But whatever holidays you celebrate, you needn’t let go of your healthy habits. In fact, you can celebrate and have fun while maintaining the activities that sustain you. (more…)
You boost your energy and transform your time when you focus on the positives in your life. You’ll be amazed at the impact it has, not only on your perspective but also on your energy, efficiency, effectiveness, and your day-to-day productivity.
So, how do you go about accomplishing (more…)
It’s about finding time to “stop and smell the roses” – a piece of advice that you may also remember hearing. This saying harbors a great (more…)
Another way of saying this is that life is bigger than your plans. Sometimes that fact is more noticeable than others – like when your schedule is disrupted by unanticipated events. But in truth, life (more…)
Mistakes: 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…)
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…)
But our focus here is on Heart-Based Time ManagementTM. And regret, if you think about it, has a huge impact on our hearts … and (more…)
Clutter is something that we all have to deal with from time to time. Whether it’s in your space, on your To-Do List, or in your mind and heart, clearing out that clutter is one of the surest ways I know of to decrease stress and increase your efficiency and effectiveness. (more…)
That’s because your time management skills usually work best when you’re familiar with (more…)
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…)
But so very often, we are impatient, want change to come more quickly, and aren’t satisfied with small steps. And that’s when we trip ourselves (more…)
“Slow down, you move too fast. You’ve got to make the morning last …” Remember that song penned by Simon and Garfunkel? I was certainly hearing it in the back of my mind as I read an article by Madisyn Taylor in The Daily Om. It was titled “Enjoying a Snail’s Pace: Doing Things Slowly” and began (more…)
Scarcity, as we noted earlier this week, is a matter of perspective and choice, rather than a description of reality.
If failure is a word (and experience) that you avoid at all costs – a word that conjures shame and self-recrimination – then you are actually (more…)