What You See and What You Don’t — Ripening Your Eyes

What we see, in a very fundamental way, defines what we learn and what we are able to do. And what we see isn’t static. It evolves and changes. I’ve had a couple of clients lately who’ve had cataract surgery. The procedure has verged on the miraculous by their report. Their cloudy lenses were replaced, in both cases, with…

Find Time for Empowered Compassion™

Finding Time to become more authentic and heart-based opens up a wealth of possibilities. In the past, I’ve written about the unique insights that compassion can bring to your time management efforts. When you bring compassion to any situation you make it possible to also bring your full and authentic presence to it.  Accepting YOU,…

Find Time to Take a Breather and Recharge Your Energy and Productivity, Too!

Finding time to take those all-important, refreshing breaks is one of the hardest things for busy and productive people to do.  There’s always that one more thing!  You know, the one that keeps you task-bound and, ultimately, saps your energy, enthusiasm, and productivity.  It can even affect your health. Here’s what one reader has been…

Find Time to Deal with Your Paper-Just Ask Paula (or Maggie)!

Finding time for dialogue with members of the Finding Time community is one of my favorite things, and last night’s call with Certified Life Coach Maggie McCauley was a great example. Were you there?  Maggie shared a boatload of ideas and information about moving “From Chaos to Peace—Creating an Inspired Workspace.” If you couldn’t make…

Finding Time to Welcome Your Seasonal Chores

It is expected to be scorching hot here in the Northeast today — the hottest day so far in this new season. Did you find time to put your winter clothes away before the temperatures hit 90° this year … or did you get caught wearing wool? A day like today prompts thoughts about seasonal…

Finding Time to Manage Transitions by Knowing Yourself Better

Finding time for managing transitions is easier the more you know about yourself and your responses to change. That may sound like a truism, but, in fact, many of us respond to change (and to lots of other things, as well) automatically. These reactive responses deny us the power of making conscious choices. But it’s…