Task Planning – Increased Detail Equals Increased Success!

Task planning is a time management skill that offers a surefire path for getting you from where you are to where you want to be. In other blog posts recently we’ve written about the power of chunking tasks down into bite-sized pieces, respecting your natural work rhythms, 

Starting When You Finish-Create a Beginning to Find Time

Starting a project is often the most challenging step in moving toward a goal. Whether you’re creating an info product, starting to write a book or special report, creating a business plan, working on your taxes … whatever it is, the first step can be difficult.  And we all know that if starting has you stymied,…

Tech Resolutions Create Time Revolutions!

Tech resolutions are pretty common fare around the New Year. That’s because technology can save us mounds of time AND it can eat up untold moments, often without us really even being aware.  So, starting a new year (or even a new month) with 

Productivity Tips for 2014-Small Bites are Best!

Productivity may be one of the things that’s on your mind as the New Year gets started. With January 1, no matter where you live and what you do, you have the opportunity to look at the coming year as a fresh slate.

Time Feelings and Time Choices Powerfully Reframe Your Time

Time feelings have a huge impact on your energy and your perspective on time. Your sense of what is possible depends, to a very large extent, on the time feelings that you bring to each situation you find yourself in. Are you confident?  Overwhelmed?  The 

Google Penguin, PicMonkey and Transitions Top August’s Menagerie of Timely Tips

Google Penguin and PicMonkey were among the top time tips featured in August on The Time Finder. Let’s run through the list now, as we start a new month by looking back at some of the highlights (based on reader preferences) from 

Productivity Secret: Don’t Break the Chains!

Chains … really?  What do they have to do with productivity? Everything, actually. Chains are as fundamental to us as our DNA. And as tools for maintaining productivity and establishing helpful new habits, they can’t be beat.