Gratitude: Feel It and Create a Heart-Based Day!

Gratitude is a very powerful attitude.  It has no equal as a vehicle for transforming your time and perspective … and opening your heart!  And Valentine’s Day is a perfect day for reflecting on heart-based living. In the past I’ve 

Time Management: How to Effectively Make Use of Your Time to Minimize Work Stress

Time management skills have a profound affect, not simply on your productivity, but on the quality of your life. Today on The Time Finder we feature a guest post by Ryan Rivera, Publisher and Founder of CalmClinic.com.  So, I invite you to read on, and let us know what you 

De-Cluttering, Time Tracking and Other Top Time Tips!

De-cluttering was tops on the list of Time Finder favorites for January 2013.  I envision lots of closets and to-do lists getting cleared, as readers visited a long-time favorite post titled “Find Time to Reclaim Your Energy by De-Cluttering!”

Habits: Let Go of the Ones that Waste Your Time!

Habits can be helpful, and they can keep you stuck. Keeping that fact in mind, an excellent time management skill is sorting out the time habits that help (they’re the ones you want to keep) and those that don’t.  These are the ones you want to let go of. 

Time Success: Harvest What Worked in 2012 and Make 2013 Shine

Time success is all about using what works best for you, so that you can find time for what matters most. This is what I feel passionate about – helping you to reach your goals and live each precious moment to the fullest! 

Perfectionism: Rooting Out Past Messages that Devour Today's Time

Perfectionism is a problem that often parades itself as a positive.  Yet it’s a trait that eats up your time and keeps you from accomplishing your goals. Looking to the Past to Prevent Perfectionism In some recent blog posts, we have 

Perfectionism: Rooting Out Past Messages that Devour Today’s Time

Perfectionism is a problem that often parades itself as a positive.  Yet it’s a trait that eats up your time and keeps you from accomplishing your goals. Looking to the Past to Prevent Perfectionism In some recent blog posts, we have