Time & Stress Management

Life is Short: Simple Actions that Support Your Values

Every once in a while we’re brought face-to-face with the fact that life is short and unpredictable, and each day we let go by is gone forever. While making big life changes can be daunting, what if you had an easy way to bring your life more in line with your core values in just a few minutes each day? Our latest blog post introduces five simple exercises you can do in 5 to 15 minutes to start living a more values-based life today, no matter how busy you are.

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Your Relationship with Time

It’s about 4 in the afternoon, and you’re beginning to realize that you are not going to get to everything you’d hoped to accomplish today. There’s simply not enough time left.

What are the thoughts that fly through your mind? Do you start feeling anxious, angry, or overwhelmed? Certainly, time management tools can help you maximize your time (think prioritizing, delegating, or letting some things go), but they don’t get to the heart of the problem.

In fact, it’s your emotions and the stories behind them that most strongly determine how you end up managing your time…. and ultimately how you experience your life relating to time. Here some common emotional time traps people fall into, how to avoid them, and how to transform your relationship with time!

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The Perfectionist’s Dilemma: How to Get More Done in Less Time without Lowering Your Standards

I used to be proud of the study system I’d created to achieve mostly A’s in school. But later, I realized that this same thorough approach did not ensure success at work. This came to bear one day when my boss stopped by my desk about 15 minutes before a meeting. We’d been discussing one of my ideas earlier and he asked if I could mention it to our CEO when the meeting was over. With only a few minutes available, I quickly typed up a concise outline of my thought process so I could be clear, printed it – and ran to the meeting.

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