Your Procrastinator May Be the Craftiest Time Thief Ever

Your procrastinator is a time thief that may sometimes seem to have as much or more power than you do. It can almost feel like it has a mind and a personality of its own. But you know that’s not true, right? What I’m calling your procrastinator is actually a choice or series of choices…

Online Work and Its Challenges: 5 Timely Tips

Online work is where many of us spend our time now, given the current state of the world. Indeed, hundreds of thousands of people, if they are lucky enough to have jobs, are engaged in some form of online work these days. So, if you are interested in being more efficient and effective in how…

6 Stages of Change Help You Transform Your Time

The 6 stages of change offer an approach to self-transformation that is at once powerful, practical, and profound. The more you explore your power to direct your life, the more successfully you can plan your time. This is true no matter what challenges life presents. In 1997 psychology professor James Prochaska created a very effective…

Losing Time and Energy? Check Your People Pleaser for Leaks

If you feel your time and energy evaporating some days, maybe you’ve been indulging your people pleaser tendencies. That’s nothing to be ashamed of. But if it’s costing you precious time and energy, you may want to stop the leaks.   Being a so-called people pleaser isn’t a character flaw. No, it’s about choices you…

Refuse to Feed Habits That Don’t Serve You — And Win

Finding time becomes easier, and more enjoyable, too, when you refuse to feed habits that don’t serve you.  These are habits that steal your time and block your success at every turn.   I’m talking about habits like denial and procrastination and, yes, perfectionism, too. Simply put, they are destructive and dangerous. You see, the…

Time Conflicts Tying You in Knots? Try These Tips.

Time conflicts can upend the best laid plans. That’s because time is precious and finding it is often challenging under any circumstance. And it becomes especially difficult when you’re working with someone who relates to time differently than you. This is where you may see time conflicts arise. What do I mean by that? Well,…

5-Minutes is All You Need to Nip Procrastination in the Bud

5-minutes? Really? Yes, turning procrastination into productivity is a challenge that you can actually address in just 5-minutes. With 100% success. All the time.  I know that sounds like an extremely bold claim, but in my experience, it really is true. Procrastination needn’t hold you hostage. Here’s what you can do… Start somewhere. After all,…