Goal-Setting – Finding the Right Mindset for Finding Time!

Goal-setting is a very helpful enterprise any time of year. And as we move into a new season, goal-setting becomes even more important, timely, and invigorating.  The start of spring (here in the northern hemisphere …) is an especially good time to 

Perspective Power-Change Yours and Find More Time

Perspective is a very powerful thing, and changing it not only changes how you see, it changes what you see, as well. A Test Let’s try a little test about perspective.  Do you feel stuck about something right now? Think of something that you’ve got your heels dug in about – or something that has you totally overwhelmed.…

Mastering Google Plus (Or Any New Skill or Subject)? Have a Time Plan!

Mastering Google Plus – or anything new – requires two things:  knowledge and practice. And those two things require your time.  Not just time, either, although it is absolutely necessary.  The more that the time you spend is focused time the more productive that investment of time 

Experience As Teacher: Reflection Time Opens the Door!

Experience is an excellent teacher – but only if you find time to reflect on your experience and integrate it. You’ve probably heard the saying about history and how it repeats itself if we don’t learn from it.  The quote is from the philosopher George 

Time Choices: Distill Daily Lessons and Thrive!

Time choices:  They are the small (and not-so-small) decisions that give shape to our days, weeks, months, and years! In recent blog posts, I’ve encouraged you to harvest your best time choices from last year, and my guess is that you 

Finding Time to Transition on a Pathway to Power

Finding time is especially challenging when you are facing changes.  Maybe events take you quite by surprise.  Or maybe you’re called upon to fill a new and demanding role.  Each turning marks a transition, and life, offering so many lessons and potentials, can frequently loom much larger than your best laid plans. So it’s helpful…

Finding Time by Consciously Choosing Your Words (and Messages) to Yourself!

Yesterday I wrote about the inner critic, and ways that you can use your inner adult and nurturer to counter the critic’s debilitating messages.  Today I’d like to write a little bit more about that, starting with a very insightful post from Paula Harvey on her blog Designing a Passionate Life. In Using Beliefs to…