Deadlines – Color Your Calendar to Find Time!

Deadlines. We all have them, and managing them can be a challenge – especially if you’ve got very tight, or intersecting, or competing deadlines. Too often, deadlines create anxiety, stress, and rebelliousness. A looming deadline sends many people into a tailspin – the kind of state that makes denial and procrastination look like attractive alternatives. But…

On-Line and Losing Time? Use Time Plans and Boundaries to Find Time

On-line activities take up more and more of everyone’s time these days. Whether you go on-line as part of your business and marketing plan, or simply use 

Security On-Line: 2 Factor Authentication, Authy, and Your Time

Security on-line is a topic that’s more and more on people’s minds, after disruptions like the recent Heartbleed attack. If you’ve ever been hacked or had your system infected by a virus, or fallen prey to a phishing scam, you know how important on-line security is – and how much precious time can be lost when 

Focus with Fokus or Evernote Clearly and Find Time!

Focus is a key element in your productivity, and it can be a challenge when working on-line. How many times have you been working on a task on your computer, only to have your focus waver as your eye catches an interesting headline? Your curiosity piqued, you click the link, opening a new tab,

Cyber Monday Tips for Finding Time

Cyber Monday on The Time Finder is all about sharing tech tools and tips to help you work more efficiently and find more time! Today I’d like to share a nifty-looking free tool for combining files, along with two Chrome extensions that make Dropbox even more easy to use.  And then last, but not least,…

Streamlining Your Workflow to Move from Do to Done Today!

Streamlining any process, task, or series of tasks is generally a great way to find time. And if you’re a busy blogger, entrepreneur or small business owner, you probably have a to-do list that far outstrips your available time – so 

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