Tag Archives: time management

Great Time to Improve Time Management

by on April 16, 2020

Before COVID-19 became a household word, time was scarce. The idea of incorporating a new routine or time management technique seemed overwhelming and downright impossible. But now, with the additional time that everyone seems to have as the result of a lockdown, this is a great time to work on some of those habits to… (more…)

Effective Time Management Skills for Working Women

by on October 12, 2017

The competing demands between work and family are enough to drive your female clients crazy. The pressure to perform well at work often conflicts with the desire to build strong relationships with family and friends. Coming into see you become last on their very long list of things to do. Yet that is precisely the… (more…)

Auld Lang Syne Lyric: Should Old Resolutions Be Forgot

by on October 12, 2017

This time of year is exhausting watching the morning talk shows filled with the same New Year’s resolution stories over and over. They should just save some time and energy by replaying last year’s stories. It’s all about eating more healthy, taking more vitamins, drinking more water, losing more weight, changing your appearance, and of… (more…)

7 Tips to Overcome Goal Setting Frustration

by on October 12, 2017

As part of a standard team meeting at work, I was asked to write down new goals for this year and the next five years. This is not an unusual request. In the past, such an activity was enjoyable and even exciting. Dreaming about the possibilities for the future was stimulating, but not this year…. (more…)

It’s Time to Banish New Year’s Resolutions

by on January 4, 2017

One of the most difficult therapeutic processes is confronting the forgotten oaths/promises/resolutions a person has unconsciously internalized which continue to cause harm. Oaths are made to never forget the pain of a broken heart. Promises are forged of not turning into a dysfunctional parent. Resolutions are created out of childhood trauma. Then ironically, as if… (more…)

Lacking Motivation? Try This

by on October 29, 2016

“There’s so little time and so much to do,” are lyrics from Grammy-winning jazz singer and composer Louis Armstrong. As a charismatic trumpet player, his career spanned five decades beginning in the 1920s. While his can-do philosophy probably inspired the lyrics for the song So Little Time, even people who lack motivation feel the pressure… (more…)

What to do When You Lack Motivation

by on August 25, 2012

Ok, admit it.  Some days you completely lack motivation to do the things you know need to be done.  It’s not like you don’t know what needs to be done or lack something to do; it’s that you have zero desire to do it.  In fact if you lined up all the things that need… (more…)

New Year’s Resolutions that Really Matter

by on August 24, 2012

This time of year is exhausting for me and I strongly dislike watching the morning news shows which are filled with the same New Year’s resolution stories over and over.  They should just save some time and energy by replaying the last year’s stories because they are virtually the same regardless of the network.  It’s… (more…)

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