Category Archive: Self-Care

Stress and You – Change Your Thoughts and Find More Time!
Paula Eder - The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

We all encounter stress from day to day and minute to minute. It’s a fundamental fact of living for everyone, stress is. Since it’s built right in to the human condition, it’s not the absence of stress that we should strive for – but better ways to manage it. Paula Eder explains that it’s in our hands to decide whether our stress moves us forward or holds us back.

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Confessions of An Obsessed Entrepreneur: How to Stop Cheating On Your Family With Your Business
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It’s unavoidable – all new passions demand your attention and excitement. But there’s a fine line between a healthy interest in your own success and an obsession and if you’re teetering on the latter then Jeannie Spiro has some suggestions she'd like you to consider right away.

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Self-Care Rituals Soothe You and Refresh Your Time
Paula Eder - The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

Self-care is a fundamental key to our health, success and enjoyment of life. Yet, when our days get busy, self-care is often the thing that we set aside. Paula Eder explains how we need to move self-care much closer to the top of our priorities.

By Paula Eder

Why I Haven’t Watched the News in 15 Years
Ali Brown - The Entrepreneurial Guru for Women

It’s critical to control what programming you are “fed” in your life. Otherwise negativity will take over you. It’s sadly what most of the world is made of. So, what’s a happy, positive entrepreneur to do?

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The Top 4 Ways to Develop Patience in One Week
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Patience really is a virtue! However, it takes a lot of work to develop. This is especially true if you’re accustomed to having a short fuse. But relax! Eva Gregory explains that it’s possible to develop patience in as little as one week. So if there’s an event coming up that may test your patience, you can learn how to keep things under control quickly.

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Secrets to Becoming More Stress Resistant
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Sometimes stress can be good for you, especially when it gives you the motivation to complete a task. Successfully dealing with stress provides a feeling of satisfaction and the belief that you can handle challenging situations. A certain amount of stress is necessary for an organism to thrive. Eva Gregory shares tips on how to cut down on your stress.

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Core Values and You: 5 Timely Tips
Paula Eder - The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

Values, and, more specifically, the congruence between our values and our activities, form the foundation for our choice-making and our time success. Paula Eder shares 5 Timely Tips to help you clarify your core values as you explore Heart-Based Time Management™ even further.

By Paula Eder

Making The Most of Solitary Moments
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Time alone can either be embraced or eschewed. You might not have much opportunity for solitary moments, or perhaps you spend a lot of time alone and struggle with how to fill your hours. Regardless of whether time alone excites or frustrates you, Eva Gregory shares some ideas about how to make the most of your solitary moments.

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Put The Power of Intuition To Work For You
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Intuition is the reason that you know more than you think you know. Once you recognize how much of your mental activity takes place subconsciously, you can make better use of the knowledge and abilities you already possess. Eva Gregory shares strategies for finding a healthy balance between critical thinking and gut feelings.

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Values: Know Your Heart and Deepen Your Time
Paula Eder - The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

Our values lie at the very core of who we are. The more clearly we understand and articulate our values, the more profoundly we know ourselves. Paula Eder digs deeper to see what values are all about.

By Paula Eder

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