From Fear to Courage — Small Steps and Your Inner Lizard

Fear stifles creativity, shuts down new ideas, and just plain stops people in their tracks. When you’re in the grip of fear, courage often feels like a death-defyingly out of reach choice. Some part of you says “danger” and whatever you were contemplating looks like a risk too big to venture — a step too big…

Letting Go, the Wisdom of Simplicity, and Your Time

Simplicity is a value that we often neglect in our focus on getting things done. Indeed, strategic letting go is a key time skill to cultivate. But more often than not, our inclination is to try to do more. Most time management tools and tips have you aiming for amped-up efficiency and increased productivity. These aren’t bad things, per se, but…

Everplans – Planning at Its Hardest and Most Meaningful

Everplans is a service that offers tools for planning what to do and where to keep important information that your loved ones will need access to after you have died. Memorial Day certainly brings to mind, very poignantly, the necessity for such planning. 

Your Power Sanctuary – Create One Today to Recharge for the Holidays

Your power sanctuary is a place you go to recharge your batteries so you can bring your best self to your moments.  Sometimes it seems like we treat our iPads and cell phones better than we treat ourselves. And that’s often especially true during busy times like the holidays.

Time and Regret: Mining the Lessons Then Letting Go

Time and regret are words you may not often see associated on a blog that’s focused on managing your time for business and personal success. But our focus here is on Heart-Based Time ManagementTM.  And regret, if you think about it, has a huge impact on our hearts … and 

Anger, Control, and Fear: Untangle the Knots to Find More Time!

Earlier this week I wrote about enlisting the power of gratitude to transform your anger into something manageable, creative and positive in your life. Today I’d like to dig a little deeper and explore the roots of anger. I find that they are similar, for many of us;

Busy vs. Productive: Slow Down to Find Time

 “Busy” and “Productive” are two very different ways of being and of relating to time.  I am pretty sure you know what I mean!  How often do you feel stressed, overwhelmed, and like you are chasing time and never catching up?  That’s being (and feeling) busy! On the other hand, there are also days when