The philosophy of time finder pro is based on the principle of
order in three areas.

mind

We begin with the mind, because your thoughts are the most powerful part of the equation. Stephen Covey taught me to first know where I am going and what I want. When I trained fo r my life coach certification we were taught similarly to begin by creating a vision with our clients. I like to equate this to setting your “Personal GPS”. After all it is difficult to get where you are going if you have no idea where that is. In other words, we begin with the end in mind.

mind

We begin with the mind, because your thoughts are the most powerful part of the equation. Stephen Covey taught me to first know where I am going and what I want. When I trained fo r my life coach certification we were taught similarly to begin by creating a vision with our clients. I like to equate this to setting your “Personal GPS”. After all it is difficult to get where you are going if you have no idea where that is. In other words, we begin with the end in mind.

time

We all get the same amount of time in a day, but not everyone maximizes that time. Once you know where you are going it is easier to determine how to use your time on a daily basis. There are lots of ways to be productive and we examine the best fit for you to create the perfect balance in your day in order to be most effective. Have I mentioned that time is money? The side benefit of optimal efficiency and productivity is that it usually has a positive effect on your earning potential.

space

I think this is the area that helps time finder pro stand apart from other time-management systems, because we also look at how your space is impacting your mind and time. Let’s face it you can’t be as productive if you are always searching for things or are buried in clutter. Your environment is important to your well-being. Your surroundings play a vital role in saving time, decreasing frustration and even saving you money.

space

I think this is the area that helps time finder pro stand apart from other time-management systems, because we also look at how your space is impacting your mind and time. Let’s face it you can’t be as productive if you are always searching for things or are buried in clutter. Your environment is important to your well-being. Your surroundings play a vital role in saving time, decreasing frustration and even saving you money.