How You Can Change Your Time Management Habits

Even if you feel stuck, don’t know how to be different, and nothing has ever worked before

Many people struggle to manage their work and personal life, so they end up resentful from all the demands on their time and frustrated with themselves for breaking commitments, missing deadlines and not prioritizing what’s important to them.

But, you don’t need to settle for a life of crushing stress because you’re not living up to your potential and left feeling horribly guilty about it. As a time coach and trainer, I coach clients around the world on how to be as successful inside as they look on the outside.

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5 Ways Time Investment Will Improve Your Life

Why it’s worth trying again even if past attempts/systems have fallen apart

  • #1 Feel in Control

    #1 Feel in Control

    Manage your schedule instead of it managing you so that you feel a sense of control instead of feeling like a victim to an overwhelming amount of tasks, meetings, and requests for attention. Instead of feeling scattered, busy, and stretched too thin, confidently make decisions and set boundaries so that your time investment aligns with your values, priorities, and goals.

  • #2 Feel Good

    #2 Feel Good

    Instead of getting angry at yourself or others and then feeling consumed by guilt and shame, you’ll be more gentle with yourself and learn how to be compassionate and forgiving toward yourself and others. This gives you the freedom to feel good about what you do and don’t do and to make yourself happy instead of trying to please everyone else.

  • #3 Get More Done

    #3 Get More Done

    Instead of shutting down because you think, “I have too much to do so I should do nothing,” or working non-stop in a desperate attempt to “dig out,” learn how to be realistic about what you can actually do--and when--so that you get more of the right things done.

  • #4 Be Healthier

    #4 Be Healthier

    Enjoy more time to sleep, exercise, and just to slow down and get perspective on life without feeling guilty for taking time for yourself. Experience a greater sense of calm and peace of mind that you’re doing the right things at the right times and you have enough time to get everything done.

  • #5 Have More Fun

    #5 Have More Fun

    Have time for the activities you really enjoy--but haven’t had time to do--like spending time with friends and family, being outside, organizing your house, and being creative.

Some of my happy clients...

Elizabeth’s expertise was incredibly valuable to help me recognize the habits I needed to change, develop the habits I needed to develop, and institute repeatable straight forward routines to help me stay on track with managing my workload.

Dave Heffernan

Corporate Chief Information Officer at Government of the Northwest Territories

I am at my best thanks to Elizabeth. I now have a schedule that I can work with (and if I need to adjust it, I don’t feel guilty about doing so). Professionally and personally, I am exactly where I need to be: I value myself, the work that I am doing and I am able to spend quality time with my family.

Elizabeth Milovidov

Lawyer, Consultant, Speaker, and Author

I ‘up-leveled’ my life by spending my time on the things I value most and streamlining other parts of my schedule. Elizabeth’s unique perspective and insight on time investment was invaluable. As my time coach, she had keen insight into my life with practical next steps.

Joyce LeFevre

Senior V&V Engineer at Philips Healthcare

As a coach Elizabeth is consistent, supportive and empowering. She is not only great at understanding how to structure time effectively for work and school, but also she takes time to really understand what matters to you, your goals and aspirations, and then helps you envision how you can achieve that life through effective time management. I recommend her with total confidence.

Nathan Cheever