When you are in times of overwhelm and stress, it's helpful to take a moment and get real with the standards you might be trying to meet at the choices you are making with your time and energy. A few tips here.
Do you find yourself struggling to have enough time for the things you want to do? Maybe you need a different way to think about and respond to the concept of time.
I’m often facilitating a group class or meeting with a coaching client when the beautiful topic of “Time Management” comes up. It came up just last week: A group had the same set of questions and wanted answers. “What do I do if I’m constantly interrupted?” “How can I handle my work if I don’t
Do you find yourself frustrated with a person who appears to be over-analytical, too process oriented, or possibly too critical of your ideas? Here are a few strategies to help you see these people as valuable contributors and learn to work better with them.
Do you have a habit of expecting a bit too much from yourself? Maybe you tend to beat yourself up over your lack of accomplishments at work or home. I do - way too often. If this is the case- you should make a shift and ease up on yourself by becoming your own boss.
There are some cool tools out there for moms and professionals that can help make your life easier and less stressful. Check out a few that I use regularly and recommend.
There are 5 quick tricks that can help you maximize the time you spend each day, and throughout your week. Most of these a small little tricks you can put in place today- try one out!
Many of us often feel like we are chasing the clock or continually running out of time. Here are 5 simple tricks to help you shift your perspective and improve your relationship with time so that you can accomplish what you set out to do.