Brainstorming with a Twist to Find Energy and Time

Brainstorming is a very effective tool for loosening up your energy and thinking when you’re stuck. It also helps you access creative, and sometimes unexpected, ideas. Today we’ll explore ways that brainstorming can also be a vehicle for turning negative thinking on its head. When you use brainstorming this way, you fundamentally and powerfully transform…

Find Time to Survive and Thrive Through Every Transition Time!

Finding time to move through transitions planfully and proactively can help you benefit from these times, rather than be overwhelmed and disoriented by them.  In my next two posts I’d like to explore how you can do this.  So, let’s start with a fundamental fact about transitions. Transition time isn’t really a different kind of…

Find Time to Prepare, Adjust and Carry On When Life Throws You a Curve

Finding time to deal with the curve balls that sometimes come our way is one of the biggest time management challenges you ever face.  Hurricane Irene gave many people in the eastern part of the US a good opportunity to prepare, adjust and carry on this past weekend. How did you fare?  I hope you…

Find Time to Be in Charge of Your Time (Rather than Vice Versa)!

Finding time to step up and take charge of your time is the path to learning that 24-hours really are enough!  Rather than feeling trapped by the ticking clock, when you are in charge of your time you live each tick (and tock) to its fullest.  The finiteness of time isn’t something you experience as…

Find Time to Find Your Financial Baseline and Take Charge

Finding time to be in charge of your finances can be a challenge. And doing it during these tough times is even more difficult. If you find yourself worrying about your situation, or procrastinating about it, or simply wanting to feel more organized and on top of your spending and saving, it may be a good…

Find Time to Respond (Not React) To Your Worries

Last week on The Time Finder we talked a little bit about the impact that worry can have on your experience of time, and on your stress level. It seems obvious that worry would add to stress. What is less obvious is the way that slowing down and facing a worry can relieve stress. Try…