Apr 27, 2020
"Time is a created thing. To say 'I don’t have time' is to say 'I don’t want to.'" - Lao Tzu
April has been the longest five years of my life. Last week I actually (for the first time in my adult life) lost track of what day of the week it was. Have you been having any times like this lately?
Right now, we're all being challenged with thinking differently and doing things differently....including managing our time. Time is a commodity. Once it's gone, it's gone. On this episode, I get to talk with expert Paul Casey about how to make the most of your time when your juggling multiple endeavors in a new environment. I think you'll dig it as much as I did...and have some fun in the process.
More on Paul....
Originally from Chicago, Paul has now been a professional speaker for over 24 years (now giving over 65 presentations per year), and he is one of the leading authorities in leadership and personal growth—especially time management—helping people take back their calendars and restore sanity to their lives. He has spoken for organizations like McDonalds, Subway, Lamb Weston, Northwest Public Power, and Autozone—and among others, he coaches 20 leaders at Pacific NW National Laboratories and 15 leaders at Columbia Basin College. Paul has a Master’s degree in education, and has been an educator/administrator/Chief Operating Officer in 5 non-profit organizations. He is an ACC-certified coach with the International Coaching Federation, a Master Trainer, and is a member of the National Speakers Association. He was awarded Solopreneur of the Year by the West Richland Chamber a few years ago.
Through his company, Growing Forward Services, Paul has partnered with his corporate and individual clients to transform their vision, their habits, and their lives. Currently, Paul carries out his mission of sparking breakthrough success by contributing daily inspirational growth messages on local radio and via social media. Also, he has inspired thousands of individuals and leaders to grow forward through his seminars, team-building off-site retreats, one-to-one self-leadership coaching, and as a keynote speaker. Paul has written 4 books: The Static Cling Principle (on habits and mindsets), Maximizing Every Minute (on time management), Leading the Team You’ve Always Wanted, and Leading with Super-Vision. And he interviews local leaders in his podcast: the Tri-Cities Influencer.
Paul is married to Lovely Laura, has a 21- and an 18-year old named after state capitals, owns a cat and a turtle, and has lived in the Tri-Cities, WA, for over 20 years. For fun, he enjoys golfing, hiking, and bicycling—and orange slices—and he reads about 40 books per year.
You can connect with Paul here...