Be in Your Moments to Fully Experience Your Life

Choosing to be in your moments is one of the most profound choices you ever make. It’s a choice that deeply affects the quality of your time and you must make it over and over. And when you are either looking forward to something or dreading something, choosing to focus and be in your moments is…

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…

Success and Disappointment and Your Time Choices

Success and disappointment are, in many ways, really just two sides of the same coin. And managing them, whether big or small, is a time skill that is vital for your toolbox. The vagaries of life are inevitable. So staying steady in the midst of those fluctuations keeps you at the top of your game.…

Making Conscious Time Choices Makes All the Difference

Making conscious time choices is a huge gift you can give yourself – one that makes all the difference when it comes to managing your time. And yet, how often are we actually aware of what we are choosing? It’s obvious that making conscious time choices when you’re stressed and time is short is a…

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…

Disruptions, Opportunities and the Eye of the Beholder

What’s the difference between disruptions and opportunities? Well, if you step back and reflect on it, you realize that the two may be a lot closer than you’d first thought. That’s because disruptions are simply events that we, then, ascribe certain qualities to. Do we see them as positive? Negative? Jarring upheavals? Welcome surprises? Disruptions…