Archives for November 2015

3 questions to change your life

Who Are You ConceptHere are three key questions for you to consider. If you can contemplate these questions, you will understand all of the major issues surrounding time management.

You will gain clarity about the task before you and you’ll find it easier to say no to requests for your time at those times when you should say no.

The three questions are: [Read more…]

A critical ingredient for time management

Do you know who you are ? A question on a vintage slate blackboardHow often do you get to the end of a day and wonder, “Where did my time go? I didn’t get anything done today!”

It happens to all of us at some point, but do you find it happening too often?

It doesn’t matter how big or small your intentions are — to get a university degree or clean the garage — time just sails by and you’re frequently left with little to show for it.

You must find a way to slow the relentless locomotive of passing time.

There is a way, but it can be very challenging. In fact, you might find it to be the hardest part of time management. But, it’s also the most important. [Read more…]

An attitude of gratitude

Develop an attitude of gratitudeThe title says it all. There’s really little else to say except this:

Find time, a few minutes each day this week, and reflect on what you have, who you have, and how fortunate you are. This doesn’t mean that life is necessarily easy and without pain, but simply by the country you live in, you have benefits, support, and opportunities that most people around the world don’t have. [Read more…]

Success, the Beach Body way

Self confident boy with raised fists celebrating a recent success or victory.You may dream about things you want, have a desire to live a better life, to have more money, or to improve your relationships. You may have made some good choices.

You may have even clarified exactly what you want and how you’re going to get it.

And then you changed your mind. You got bored with what you were doing and distracted by the new shiny object that came into sight. [Read more…]

A great gift to give yourself

Fotolia_77507436_XSThis week my wife gave me a great gift. It was a reminder.

She said, “Every week we should take two uninterrupted hours to do whatever it is we want to do to feel like a kid again. I won’t interrupt you and you won’t interrupt me. It’s just our time for ourselves and we commit to doing it every week.”

Brilliant. [Read more…]