Your Values and You — This Gives You the Clarity You Need

What do your values have to do with time management? A lot. In large part, that’s because, in our fast-paced, interconnected world, it’s so easy to get disoriented. Tasks and distractions constantly call for your attention. It’s just so easy to lose your way. From one moment to the next, everything can change. Finding time…

Success – 3 Powerful Questions to Chart Your Course

Yesterday we started exploring the ways you define success for yourself, and how that shapes what follows. Knowing what success looks and feels like for you and what meanings it carries is key to knowing how to achieve it. Without that knowledge, you may be pursuing goals that have no 

Value Your Values to Find More Time

How well do you know yourself? Does the way you use your time reflect your values? Deepak Chopra has written, “Without values, there is confusion and chaos.” So you are actually adding 

Our Values Ourselves – Connect to Your Core Values and Soar!

“Without values, there is confusion and chaos.” Deepak Chopra How well do you know yourself? How do your daily life and the way you use your time reflect your values? Your personal 

Values Conflicts and Time Traps: Shine a Light and Find Time!

Values conflicts are like quicksand sometimes.  They throw your best-laid plans out of whack and keep you spinning your tires.  Yet they aren’t always obvious or easy to spot. Sometimes you need to backtrack, starting with a behavior and following its trail back to its root.

Your Values, Your Soul, Your Work: Find Time to Find Your Power

Finding time to find your power is a matter of looking inside. And the deeper you go, the more power you feel and tap into. Your own, unique power is accessible to you and only you. It informs and shapes your work and it deepens and enlivens your moments in ways that 

Goals and Values: Sync Them to Power Up Your Time

Goals and Values:  When you have them in sync, the sky is the limit.  But when they are out of sync, you’re likely to find yourself mired in confusion and procrastination. This recent post on The Happiness Project takes a quick look at Decoy Habits – and speaks to