Find Time for Collaborative Innovations: Ever Heard of Startup Weekend?

Finding time, as an entrepreneur, to launch (or even think of) innovations is often very difficult.  The day-to-day tasks of sustaining a business can draw energy away from the creative impulses that originally fueled your vision. Enter Startup Weekend.  These are 54-hour events that are built to bring entrepreneurs, marketers, and people with lots of…

Find Time to Do What You Can Because You Can Absolutely Thrive in 2012!

Finding time is always a challenge, and when you have big dreams and goals, it can really feel overwhelming.  That’s why I so love the third in our series of quotes … because when you do what you can, absolutely anything is possible. To do what you can isn’t about skill or ability so much…

Find Time to Let Your Time Traps Help You Resolve Your Values Conflicts

Finding time is always a great feeling, isn’t it? I think it’s especially luscious when you can turn the tables on your time traps and start seeing (and using) them as opportunities.  How can that be possible? Well, the thing about time traps is that they often hide things that you are not fully conscious…

Find Time to Recharge Your Batteries Using Validation and Celebration (While Saying No to Rumination)

Finding time to validate accomplishments and celebrate successes is a surefire way to give your energy a boost! Our energies are affected by every choice that we make … and the quality of our energy, in turn affects our choices.  If you picture it as a spiral, you can easily see that the movement can…

Finding Time to Start Your Project

This Friday we are sharing another adapted article from our Finding Time E-zine.  Today’s focus?  Getting started on a project. When faced with a new project, do you find yourself stuck before you begin? Whether you stall out or rush in, you’ll find these tips about preparation extremely helpful. You benefit in a number of…

Find Time to Create a Nurturing Environment

Finding time for self-care can receive a big boost when your environment is geared to nurture and sustain you.  In The Finding Time E-zine we recently explored ways to create nurturing spaces for yourself – and the very significant impact that this has on your life!  (For more articles like this, sent straight to your…

Finding Time by Consciously Choosing Your Words (and Messages) to Yourself!

Yesterday I wrote about the inner critic, and ways that you can use your inner adult and nurturer to counter the critic’s debilitating messages.  Today I’d like to write a little bit more about that, starting with a very insightful post from Paula Harvey on her blog Designing a Passionate Life. In Using Beliefs to…