Guest post by Kathy Frey In my life formerly known as urban (Pittsburgh, Boston and Chicago to be specific), cushion time wasn’t something that entered my consciousness–it was an innate component of unpredictable public transportation. I built commuting time into my day so I could arrive to work on time whether trains were fast or […]
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Video: From reactive to proactive with the 3-minute “Think Thru” session
Today’s video is a time management tip that reduces chaos in your life. Just 3 minutes can save you a world of panic so you can put your energy where it needs to be: on your important work. You can watch the video here, or read the transcript below: (more…)
Schedule tip: Minimize hot spots in your week
Scenario: At the end of the day, you’re frustrated and wondering “What happened?? You had all of your appointments carefully entered on the calendar, there was plenty of “white space” for the other things you wanted to get done and none of them happened! Where’d all the time go?” What’s typically happening—besides dealing with high-priority […]
Are breath exercises helpful when freaking out?
If you’re in total Freak Out Mode, your mind is going to trick you into thinking that there’s no point to doing a breathing exercise. In a way, it’s right… exercise is a great way to get rid of excess stress hormones. But what if you’re on your way to an interview, a speaking gig, […]
3 Questions to ask yourself when you’re feeling spun out or stressed out
It happens to the best of us–one day we’re feeling great the next we’re feeling like our head’s going to explode. Here are three questions to help you regain peace and your Can-Do Attitude. Brought to from the Natural Professional’s location independent HQ in Chiang Mai, Thailand.