Resources for Reclaiming Your Time

In an coming podcast episode, I will be talking about time and some of the lies be believe about our time. I recommended these resources for anyone working to get a grip on time. If you’re overwhelmed, longing to figure out how to “find” more time, these are a good place to begin with changes that figure out the spiritual element first and then the time management. The Best Yes: Making Wise Decisions in the Midst of Endless Demands by Lysa TerKeurst. She talks about how to say no to in order to overcome the stress of an overwhelmed schedule and […]

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Sometimes It’s Best When You Say Nothing at All

Do you remember when your world was contained to the people you saw at home and at work each day? Social media has opened an opportunity to have public forum discussions on a daily basis, and the result is sometimes that we say too much.

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How to Identify Your Distraction Triggers and Get Your Productivity Back

Did you know that distraction is motivated by the desire to avoid discomfort? Reward isn’t necessarily the motivation that will help you get stuff done. But if you can figure out your distraction triggers and remove the temptation, watch out world!

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Creating a Rule of Life: Could this framework help you focus?

I have been thinking about writing a Rule of Life in place of annual goal setting (or as a companion to it), and I was first introduced to it in a book by Peter Scazzero. He explains that a Rule of Life is like a trellis on which we train a vine to grow. Having a framework in place helps us to direct how we grow and ultimately helps us flourish.

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