WiseTime challenges accepted ways of thinking, i.e. will-power is flagged up as an essential prerequisite of change. However, it has been proved to be a weak mental force and a poor strategy – it wears out and down – in other words, it doesn’t work. There are more effective approaches.
- WiseTime it is not about target setting and the stress induced by self-imposed deadlines. Energy flows and change becomes simple when you are connected to your inherent wisdom: you become more at one with who you are;
- WiseTime it is not about must, should and aught-to or other guilt-inducing verbs. Misapplied guilt often induces a stagnation that WiseTime can undo;
It is not about keeping up appearances – you can relax, drop your masks, and learn how to be yourself with Miriam. The personal and professional become more seamless and this releases energy;
WiseTime is not about will-power and beating yourself up and feeling a failure for the lack of it;
WiseTime is not quick fix. However, you may find that you can resolve a particular issue quickly when you see clearly what’s going on.