Time to Be Still — How Making Time to Slow Down Restores You

Making time to be still may feel counter-intuitive when you are busy or stressed. But it’s one of the best things you can do for yourself. In fact, making time to reinvigorate and restore yourself is a vital use of your time. When it comes to efficiency and effectiveness, pausing to give yourself an energy…

When Time is Short — 5 Tips for Making the Most of What You Have

When time is short, finding time is especially challenging. Indeed, when you are stressed and rushed, how do you find time to do what you need to do? Today, as we embark on a new month, I want to share 5 timely tips with you. They are practical and simple, and are especially important for…

Viewing Your Deadlines — How a Fresh Perspective Helps

Does viewing your deadlines fill you with dread? Well, what I want to tell you today is that you can change that. Making time to actively welcome and appreciate each moment enlivens your day.  And something as simple as viewing your deadlines differently can help with that. So, if you feel haunted by the upcoming…

Move Through Your Fear to Tap the Energy on the Other Side

When you move through your fear you manage both your time and your energy. You see, making the most of every moment is not just a matter of time management.  That may seem an odd thing for a time management coach to say, but it’s true. And it’s important. Living each moment fully is a…

Tap Into Your Fullest Energy to Make the Most of Your Day

Tap into your fullest energy to become more effective and efficient in whatever you do. And the key is to make time to do this. It needn’t be a lot of time. But paying attention to your energy needs keeps you in sync with yourself. So that means developing listening skills. Listen to yourself and…

Calming Your Mind to Lower Stress, Increase Productivity, and Find Time

Calming your mind is a surefire way to reduce your stress. And when you reduce your stress, new pathways to productivity and satisfaction open up for you. More often than not, we tend to focus on too many things every day. This leads to confusion, anxiety, and annoyance. These stress levels are hard on your mind,…

Worried? Don’t Let It Weigh on You: Two Simple Steps to Find Calm

When you’re worried it has a big impact on your experience of time, and on your stress level. Worry increases your stress and drains your energy. And while it’s counterintuitive, it’s a fact that slowing down and facing whatever you are worried about will actually help you relieve stress. When you’re worried your instinct is…