Want to Find Success? First Find How You Define It

It’s not unusual to want to find success. But what does that mean to you? Have you paused and pondered what it will look like when you find success? You see, your definition of success has a profound effect on how you spend your time. And yet, it’s easy to spend precious time pursuing what…

Planning Power Times Two

Tapping into your planning power helps you find time. Not only that, but your planing power is also a sure-fire way to reduce your stress and increase your productivity. But what do I mean by planning power? Well, it’s your choice to look ahead and prioritize your goals, along with the time you think it…

Be Still to Walk Your Path — A Paradox of Life and Time

Finding your authentic path in life requires being able to pause and be still. This paradoxical fact has always fascinated me. Our lives are built out of thousands of small choices. And the more mindfully we make those choices, the more likely we are to be on the path that is truly ours. If you…

How to Make Time for Moments of Mindfulness-3 Time Tips

When you make time for mindfulness, you give yourself a profound gift. And yet, finding time to “stop and smell the roses” is a piece of advice that many of us have heard so often that we probably hardly hear it at all anymore. Like so many so-called clichés, this saying harbors a great deal…

Your Priority Power™ — Harness It for Your Success

Your Priority Power™ is one of the foundational keys to your time success. And using it well gets easier and easier, the clearer you are about your priorities. But just knowing your priorities isn’t enough. You also need to give yourself permission to be decisive about following through on them.  That’s what I call your…

Being and Doing: Your Values and Your Time

Being and doing are the twin poles of our life in this world. When I talk about finding time for what matters most I am really talking about finding a balance between being and doing, or between mindfulness and productivity. It’s a matter of making time choices that are congruent with your values. Being and…

Choosing to Let Go Lets You Get Going

Finding time requires choosing to let go. It’s a fact of life. This is because your time is limited., as is mine. So, we are choosing to let go of one thing or another, either actively or passively, all the time. Choosing to let go moves you along. Sidney Howard sums it up very clearly…