How to Regain Family Time by Leaving Work at The Office

How to Regain Family Time by Leaving Work at The Office

In our high-stress society, it’s hard to keep work and family time separate. Work worries follow us home so we’re never free of them. Even though work is such an integral part of life for everyone, it’s essential to leave your work problems at work so that when you’re at home you can be really […]

How to Overcome Procrastination and Get That Project Finished

Overcome Procrastination and Get That Project Finished

We all have them, those big projects that need to be completed. They stay there on our wish list or to-do list. I really must tackle the garden, there is so much clutter in the garage that you can’t get the car in, I really must clean it out. Perhaps you’re one of the many […]

How to Use Time Management to Remain Focused and Composed

How to Use Time Management to Remain Focused and Composed

Using time management skills on a regular basis will help you to remain focused and composed. Taking the time to manage your schedule will help you to be more effective with your usage of time. You will be able to plot time blocks and anticipate events. You will also be better able to identify priorities […]

Top 10 Time Management Articles 2016

Most read blogs according to Google

Top Time management articles 3d

Well its fair to say that 2016 was a year that is going to live long in the memory. I remember thinking as the year started that having suffered two heart attacks, following hip replacement surgery, that the worst was behind me. Little did I know that heart attack number 3 and a subsequent stroke […]

Learn to say “no” to actions and conversations that waste your time.

#4 Mondays Top Time Tip

Learn to say “No!”

Finding yourself overwhelmed at work or thinking there aren’t enough hours in the day to complete a task or project might mean that you’re having problems setting boundaries – and saying, “no!” Many people find it hard to say “no” because they want to be seen as helpful and agreeable. On the other hand, many […]

6 Successful Time Management Strategies for Students

Students ensure a successful study/work/life balance

Time Management strategies

  As a student, you have to deal with various demands on your time. Whether you’re studying for A-levels, or degrees at Undergraduate or Postgraduate level, you may well find that you have a part-time job to help to fund your studies. As well as this, you will want to factor in time for family […]

Make Time for Your Family, They Really Miss You

You need to learn how to balance work and family life.

Make Time for Your Family, They Really Miss You

Business owners, Make time for your family, they really miss you. Are you one of the many business owners in the world striving to make your business successful? Of course you are, and you may well think that is a really daft question, but at what expense are you pushing to bet get success? When […]

Stop procrastinating! You can waste hours putting off tasks.

#3 Mondays Top Time Tip

Stop procrastinating! You can waste hours putting off tasks

It’s time to stop procrastinating. Your ability to procrastinate is getting in the way of you achieving your dreams and goals. Every time you procrastinate over a work based task you’re eating in to the time that you can spend doing something you really enjoy. Does precious time with your family suffer due to your […]

How Do I improve my Time Management?

Time management is a behaviour around which skills can be learnt

How Do I improve my Time Management

How Do I improve my Time Management? if i’d been given a pound for every time I’ve been asked this question during the last 18 years, i wouldn’t only be time rich I’d be monetary rich as well. Time management is a behaviour around which skills can be learnt. Do you feel the need to […]

The Time Doctor Hits 300 Not Out

Helping business owners to balance business and family commitments

The Time Doctor 300 Not Out

The idea of The Time Doctor had been around for many years, however it all came to fruition in a bar in October 2012. After a networking event, i was talking to my great freind Ian Prowse and somehow the conversation turned to what 2013 was going to look like and what we really wanted […]