Social Networking, Time Boundaries and the Social Media Trap

Social networking is a powerful tool and a potentially devastating time drain. Millions of people connect every day on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other platforms. And yet, there are plenty of people who see this as a major time trap and a reflection of self-absorption run amok. Take Twitter, for example… For many, Twitter is…

The Internet of Distractions — Finding Time When You’re On-Line

Distractions are everywhere when you’re working on-line. We’re deluged with information and invitations to click this or that. Yes, the distractions are endless. Of course, it’s not just on the web. Indeed, finding time by finding focus is a challenge that confronts us in many aspects of our lives. But I’d venture to say that…

Time Leaks Sinking Your Boat? Boundaries Give You Focus

Time leaks are the downfall of many smart, energetic solopreneurs and small business owners. And in many ways, it’s the small time leaks that are hardest to recognize and counter. Take Facebook and Twitter, for example. How many times have you said to yourself, “I’ll just take a moment …” only to later find that you’ve…

Twitter Time – 2 Tools for Tweets Galore!

Twitter is a powerful social media tool that you’ll definitely want to be using if you’re an on-line entrepreneur. And I recently read of a Twitter client for Windows that sounds like it could be a winner. It’s called Aeries and it offers lots of flexibility and scope whether you’re a dabbler or a power-user.

Google Plus Twitter Extends Your Reach Big Time!

Google and Twitter can be powerful friends to small business owners and on-line marketers, as any SEO expert will tell you. Combining the two amplifies and extends what they each can do alone. That’s why I’ve been interested to follow the renewed partnership between Google and Twitter – one in which 

Is Google+ a Fit for You and Your Time?

Here’s an admission. Google+ and I have never really hit it off. Here at The Time Finder we were originally intrigued with the idea of Google+ and it certainly didn’t hurt that it was part of the powerful array of apps, tools and