Category Archives: time management

How much does change cost?

My good friend, colleague and bi-monthly peer coach Julie Poland wrote a wonderful article about one of the obstacles that keep people from engaging in a coaching relationship, The Summit Blog: Alternative venues for you and your coach.  Another obstacle that … Continue reading

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Procrastination, or Just a Commitment Problem?

I would like to say I never procrastinate, but that’s not true. Is there a cure? Sometimes people think procrastination is a time management problem; truth is you cannot manage time. You have 24 hours each day. To make the … Continue reading

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How to Avoid Getting Lost in Time

Have you ever found yourself “twiddling your thumbs” at a meeting that started late? Or sat in a restaurant waiting for your lunch appointment to show up? Or had your flight delayed? Or found yourself waiting for a tardy client? … Continue reading

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