Reflection Time: Regroup, Rejuvenate and Welcome Spring!

Reflection time is one of the most important gifts you can give yourself. But it can be a challenge for busy people to find time for reflection.  That’s because, on the face of it, this doesn’t feel or look like productive 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 

Energy, Pace and Productivity: Flexibility Helps You Find Time

Flexibility is a key component in your time finding tool box. Self-awareness, coupled with flexibility allows you to pace yourself and boost your productivity in response to your needs, circumstances, and energy levels. 

Reflection Time on Day 12 of the Ultimate Blog Challenge #UBC

Reflection time is vital to your success, whether you’re a blogger, a parent, a small business owner, a student … you name it. Whatever your passions and priorities may be, pausing to reflect gives you a chance to put your feet on the ground, reconnect with yourself, and 

Balance Leads You to Enhanced Energy and Time

Balance, as we discovered earlier this week via Goldilocks, is about discovering what works best for you.  Your sweet spot, when it comes to something like work-home balance may be completely different from mine. The main thing is to open up to who you are and where your balance point lies.

Small Steps Spell Big Changes for You and Your Time!

Small steps get you from where you are to where you’d like to be.  And there’s really no other way to get there. But so very often, we are impatient, want change to come more quickly, and aren’t satisfied with small steps.  And that’s when we trip ourselves

Time Success: 7 Questions Help You Harvest the Lessons!

Time success builds when you identify your winning routines and appreciate and expand on the good feelings they give you. This ultimately enhances your productivity, and that’s never a bad thing.