Google Tips to Power Your Productivity and Find Time

Google started as a search engine. Remember? As its use increased, it morphed from a noun to a verb, eventually becoming a synonym for the act of searching, as in “I’ll Google that!” Now Google is everywhere 

30 Second Habit App Boosts Memory, Productivity and Time!

Remember the 30 Second Habit? It’s a very helpful productivity idea that we wrote about some months ago on The Time Finder. The basic idea of the 30 Second Habit is to take 30 seconds immediately after an experience to extract and record its most important element(s). This can be a challenging discipline to master.  Timeliness…

Priorities – Using Life Experiences to Enrich and Deepen Them Over Time

Priorities can be difficult to sort out sometimes – especially in all the clamor of everyday life. Have you noticed that? And sometimes it feels like that is compounded by aging.

Flexible Focus from the Finding Time E-zine

Flexible focus is a very helpful concept, and one that builds on yesterday’s article about finding the balance between creativity and discipline, and moving efficiently from one project to another. So, to continue and take a look at flexible focus, I thought I’d share an article from the 

Refresh Yourself Today and Find Time!

Refresh.  Isn’t it an inviting and energizing word?  Just the sound of it … refresh! When you refresh yourself you are giving a gift of energy that transforms the moments that follow.  And while you can’t literally add to your time (because time is what it is), you can 

Preparation Pays Off: 3 Tips to Save Time!

Preparation is a time management skill that enhances your flexibility – especially when something unexpected comes up.  The more prepared you are ahead of time, the more you can focus effectively and efficiently in each moment. And yet, preparation may not be an activity that you think you have time for – especially when you…

Stress Busting Tip for Finding More Time!

Stress is probably the #1 culprit when it comes to depleting your energy, robbing you of time, and draining your confidence.  And it’s the sort of thing that snowballs.  The more you’re affected by stress, the more powerful and debilitating it becomes.