Finding Time to Read the Best of The Time Finder!

Finding time to look back creates a foundation for moving forward. So, that’s what I’m posting about today, as we move into a new month. I hope that you had a wonderful weekend. Here in the Northeast, the weather was absolutely gorgeous! Have you noticed (I certainly have) that finding time to keep up with…

Finding Time for What Matters Most!

A new addition! In today’s Finding Time E-zine I share an article about “Finding Time for Valuing Your Values.” Along with that, I share news about a brand new addition to my life … a Maltese puppy! Alex was a big gift that I gave to myself for a big birthday (my 65th)! Puppies haven’t…

Finding Time by Using Priorities When You’re on a Deadline

We’ve been discussing finding time by using time priorities as a powerful time management tool. What about tasks that involve a short-term or one-time event? A good way to look at things like this is to grant highest priority to the task on your list that causes greatest consequences for yourself or others. For example,…

Finding Time by Spotting Your Top Priorities

Your top priorities are like your guiding stars. Finding time by prioritizing is a powerful time management tool. Once you’ve compiled your list of tasks, it’s time to place them in order of priority. First look at your list of ongoing tasks and decide which are the most important. An ongoing task might be a…

Finding Time is Much Easier When You Start Clarifying Your Priorities

Priorities make your accomplishments possible. Were you as amazed by Michael Phelps’ accomplishment this past weekend as I was? He’s a great example of someone who has clarified his priorities! Today we’ll start exploring the importance of having clear priorities – using a metaphor I’m more familiar with than swimming. Dance! Finding time without knowing your priorities…

Finding Time With Time Boundaries? Start With Your Priorities

Finding time by setting time boundaries is a key life skill to develop. As you’ve explored your time boundaries and practiced setting them, you may have noticed that it’s easier to maintain your boundaries when you know that you are not being arbitrary or unreasonable about them. How can you know that? One important way…

Finding Time to be Me at 65

These days time finds me reflecting on turning 65. As I’ve noted in previous posts, time is absolute, concrete, and universal. That means that 65 has arrived right on time for me! And so, I’m making friends with the reality. A point in time … My 65th birthday is a point in time. It is…