Reader’s Choice – Priority-Setting, Perfectionism and Other Time Tips

Priority-setting was a subject that many of you were drawn to last month. Did you see this post “Find Time to Set Wise Priorities Using the 3/3/3 Exercise”? Well, it’s got some very timely tips for you – especially as we move into a new month.

Fear is Toxic – Don’t Let it Poison Your Time

Fear. It’s the last thing you need. But how often does it creep into your thinking, distracting and undermining you? On the other hand, don’t you love it when you feel energized, alert and confident? Challenges feel workable, and 

Find Time to Keep Fear from Stealing Your Moments

Fear is a huge time thief, while finding time both takes courage and gives courage. What do I mean by that?  Read on … Don’t you just love it when you feel energized, alert and confident? You easily say no to distractions. You meet your challenges, and flow from one task to the next.  And…

Finding Time to Create Abundance with Gratitude

Finding time can begin with finding your heart. That might seem counter-intuitive, but think about it.  So often, when we are busy, the connection to our heart feels fainter. That, in turn, can start a constriction that leads straight to urgency, frustration and feeling that there’s simply not enough to go around. When you feel…

Find Time For Your To-Do List-Prioritizing

Your to-do list will confuse you if it doesn’t address your priorities. Indeed, finding time to set your time priorities is a key time management skill – and one that we often don’t actually get to in the rush of daily life! Last week we introduced a Time Finder series about some of the challenges…

Finding Time When Someone Else’s Crisis Calls

Change is a fact of life. Sometimes it is predictable, and sometimes it comes unexpectedly and you need to “drop everything” in order to deal with it. There’s another category of change that we haven’t discussed yet.  That’s the change that is introduced to your life through someone else’s crisis. Someone else’s crisis can appear in…