Continue reading “A Life Without Clutter”
Despite our best efforts to keep an organized environment, clutter has a way of finding its way in. It’s a good idea to take inventory from time to time to be sure we have clutter under control and that we are moving toward a life without clutter.
Continue reading “What Truly Matters?”
We don’t have enough time to fit everything we want to do into our finite lives, and the more we try to, the more stressed and frustrated we feel. We must decide what truly matters in order to separate the really important from the merely important things we want to accomplish.TheExceleratedLife.com
Continue reading “7 Time Savers”
The purpose of being more productive isn’t to have more time to get many more things done. The true goal is to have more time for the important things: spending time with those you love, deepening relationships, dreaming and visualizing and planning for the life you want to create.
Time management is a misnomer — you can’t really manage time. You can, however, manage yourself and the way you use time. Executive, teacher, doctor, student, stay-at-home mom (or dad), artist, builder, unemployed – all have the same number of hours in a day. It’s how they – and you and I – use these hours that makes a difference in our lives.
Although you can’t manage time, there are some rules of time you can use to better understand how you can use time to your advantage. These rules aren’t written down anywhere — in fact, I made them up. But they have been helpful to me in my own attempts to manage my life and time and I think they are worth sharing. Here they are in no particular order.Continue reading “The Rules Of Time”