Change is Coming: How to Manage It and Shape What Comes Next

Change is coming. That’s a statement that is true most every day. But today it carries special meaning because here in the US we are about to have an election.  And yes, that may very possibly be the understatement of the year. No matter how you feel about the possible results of this particular election,…

Transform Worry into Creative Energy with Curiosity

Yes, you can transform worry into helpful energy with a small shift of perspective. And today, I want to help you make just such a shift. Indeed, savoring your life becomes so much easier as you learn the skill of introducing simple attitude adjustments to your day. How to transform worry: Life can be challenging,…

Juggling Priorities? Try Managing the Heart-Based Way

Juggling priorities is a fact of life. Quite often, we do it without thinking, making choices, and managing competing demands reflexively. But that isn’t always the best way to go about this. And it can be a challenge to sort things out when you run into a situation where it’s your core values that are…

Choosing the New, It’s All Up to You

Choosing the new is a proactive and affirmative time choice that you have the power to make in each and every moment. And, indeed, finding time to welcome the adventure of each new day and each new moment, transforms your relationship with time. This is an especially good time to think about this: as we…

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…

Looking Back at Time Finder Favorites

Looking back is always the first thing to do in preparation for moving ahead. Why? Well, it honors the past, for one thing. And it always gives you information that informs your next steps. So looking back is actually about the future as much as it is about the past. It’s a forward-thinking activity that…

Curiosity – One Simple Tweak to Transform Your Time

Curiosity killed the cat. Remember that saying? Well, I’m stopping in today to take a closer look at that idea- and to encourage you to reconsider it. Curiosity is the opposite of self-criticism – that cloying feeling that traps you and puts a lid on your creativity. Curiosity frees you up — there is nothing