Documenting Time Traps Creates Pragmatic Perspective

By , The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

Solo-E Certified Solo Entrepreneur Expert

Paula Eder - The Time Finder Expert, Founder of Finding Time

Documenting time spent in time traps creates a pragmatic perspective.

It is easy to protect a time trap by minimizing its impact on your day. By noting how much time you give this activity, it’s easier to understand what you give up in return.

Action Step:  

Create a list of activities you know you would enjoy if you had a bit more time. Estimate how much time you’d need to meaningfully participate in each one. Then, when you document time spent in a time trap, you can easily select something preferable to take its place. Motivation is everything!

Paula Eder, PhD is an internationally-known coach and published author who specializes in mentoring heart-based entrepreneurs and small business owners, from the inside out, to align their core values and energy with their time choices and behaviors so that they make more money, create more freedom, and find more time.  To learn more about Paula’s unique, Heart-Based Time Management™ System and begin your transformational journey, sign up for her Finding Time Success Kit. Discover how you can find time for what matters most.

© Copyright 2012 Paula Eder, Ph.D.
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