Finding Time the Heart-Based Way Every Day-3 Time Tips

Finding time is a perennial challenge, and finding time the heart-based way can make that process a whole lot easier for you.

How?  Well, my Heart-Based Time Management System™ focuses on bringing your head and your heart into sync … and from that base flows your own prodigious power! When you are working with your heart and head in sync, you aren’t wasting energy (and time) fighting yourself.

These 3 tips will help you get there.  They may sound like something you’ve heard before, but pay attention and try them – they really work!

  1. STOP:  Check in with yourself periodically during the day.  Ask some friendly questions.  How’s it going?  How do you feel?  Is something a little bit ‘off’?  Structuring your time to include these pauses gives you a very helpful opportunity to recalibrate and refresh!
  2. LOOK:  Look at what you are doing.  This is a chance to take a step back.  Pretend that you are looking at yourself from above (and without criticism or judgment).  Are there unhelpful patterns that you notice?  Is there something that seems to be blocking your way?  Are you procrastinating about something?
  3. LISTEN:  Now, ask yourself how you are feeling about what you see.  Ask with compassion, as a friend would, and open your heart as the answer comes.  This revealing dialogue will help you make the changes you need to, so that your heart and mind are working together again.

When you take the time to STOP, LOOK, and LISTEN, you give yourself the time and space to find time the Heart-Based way.  I think that you will be very pleased with the results, as you build this capacity into your moment-to-moment time management repertoire!

And while we’re talking about ways to enhance your experience of time, don’t forget to check out The Gratitude Project on Friday, November 18.  It’s a full day of exercises and rituals based on Gratitude.  When you sign up to participate you will learn how to tap into heart-centered and consistent gratitude in your life … one of the key ingredients to success.  Remember – the Blog Summit will be going all week and The Gratitude Project starts at 9 AM EST on November 18th, with rituals and activities running for the first 10 minutes of every hour until 4pm EST.  I know I will be calling in, and hope you will, too!

Last but definitely not least in this special week, here’s another thing to be grateful for:  Melissa McCreery’s “Too Much on Her Plate Week!”  Melissa created this week-long holiday to help busy, high-achieving people – (sound familiar?) – take control of their lives and make lasting changes to create more success. There’s still time to access the great (FREE) gifts that she has collected for you.

All you have to do it go to  and sign up. As soon as you do, you’ll be able to select which gifts you want to receive. It’s as simple as that!

Here’s one more idea for taking your next step. Sign up for our free gift, “The New Finding Time Boundary Template: 9 Simple, Sequential Steps to Find More Time and Recharge Your Energy!

This time template will help you move beyond overwhelm, disappointment, and frustration. Using a workbook format, with room to record your answers, you will discover that 24 hours really are enough!


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