Clutter and You: Changing How Your Stuff Impacts You, Your Space, and Your Time!

Clutter.  What does that word conjure for you?  How does your energy shift when you hear it? For many, clutter is a chronic challenge – and its causes, as well as its impact goes far beyond mere ‘messiness.’ I recently read an excellent blog post by Mikael Cho titled “How clutter affects you and what you can…

Find Time to Learn that 24 Hours Really Can Be Enough: 7 Time Management Tips!

Finding time to get everything done that you need to do AND still have time for the things that matter most can be a difficult path to negotiate. But it’s eminently doable … because you know what? There’s a different way to be in your day … and I’d like to share it with you! Time…

Find Time to Include YOU in Your Time Choices

Finding time for the things that matter most is a key skill to develop (and use) if you want to find true satisfaction in your life. And what a great skill to practice this week, as Thanksgiving rings in the holiday season with all of its warmth and joy and, yes, stresses and challenges! In…

Finding Time to Get to YES by Saying No

Finding time for the things that matter most is always a matter of giving yourself the space and time to follow through on your priorities. And one way to do this is by saying no to the things that aren’t priorities. I like to use the metaphor of a basket to help visualize time.  My friend…

Finding Time with Assertive Time Boundaries

Finding time using time boundaries is a skill that will help you make time for the things that matter most to you. And setting time boundaries is something that you get better and better at the more you practice and become comfortable with it. Time Boundaries: Assertive vs. Aggressive Now, one helpful distinction, as you…

Find Time and Set Priorities with External Values

Finding time for what matters most can be a challenge in our busy lives.  As you might imagine, it is an even greater challenge when we aren’t clear ourselves about what matters most! What are those things?  They are our external values.  For many of us, our top 5 external values might not spring immediately…

Find Time to Clarify Your Time Priorities by Clarifying What You Value

On her blog Money, Meaning and Beyond, Andrea J. Lee has a regular feature titled “A Course About People | 5 Little Things You Want To Know” where she posts snippets of wisdom from Thomas Leonard, founder of Coachville, and often known as the father of life coaching. This gem caught my eye yesterday: “People…