Tag Archive for time management

Selling Yourself Short

What is wrong with the following statement? FIRE!!!! Ready…aim. It seems silly, counter intuitive and even dangerous to get such important steps this badly out of order. You would not do it with a rifle, why would you do it…

Is Saving Money COSTING You Money?

Strange question, Angie! How on Earth can SAVING money actually COST you money? As improbable and counter intuitive as that statement may seem, there is some truth in there that can be easily overlooked, and cost you big bucks on…

Do You Believe in Magic?

As much as I would like to change the world for the better, I have to do my part one step at a time. If I look at the entire need in its bulk sum, it can be overwhelming. But if I can break this down into things which I can control, then MASTER THEM, I find I am in a far greater and much stronger place to impact my world for the better.

Tick-tock…

One of the most important time management strategies that I have discovered on my professional path is developing the habit of analyzing and filtering my daily/weekly/monthly tasks and projects into 2 main categories: important and urgent. Items are not usually in the same category. It is a constant struggle to walk away from urgent in favor of important-but I know I feel more successful if I get to check off tasks that are important-because those are the things that I am passionate about-the things that define me and my goals and vision.

Smart Holiday Decisions

Tis the season to be jolly, tis the season for family and friends, tis the season to go into debt.  The holidays are upon us and marketing is at its peak of the year.  Everywhere you look there are messages…

How Much Is Too Much Time?

I had a new client today. I traveled to her home and in the interest of saving time, I emailed her the paperwork and asked that she complete the intake form before I arrived.  Her condition was tricky and I…

Keeper Of The Clock

You are responsible for keeping track of time during a massage appointment.  There is no excuse for losing track of time or running over for an appointment.  Doing so screams unprofessional, poor boundaries and inconsistency. Many therapists think they are…

Career Longevity

More than 50,000 people enter the massage profession every year—and approximately the same number leave the profession each year. Yet, in the past 15 years, the overall estimates of the number of practicing massage therapists has stayed relatively consistent. These…