“Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to move forward into a new and expanded vibration of time.”
BRISBANE, Australia (PRWEB) July 19, 2012
Today’s fast-paced world leaves many people feeling stressed, overwhelmed and crunched for time. “By learning how to make better decisions about how you control your time, you can gain a sense of clarity and hope for the future,” Duffy writes. “Taking back control of your days can be a calming, inspirational and transformational experience.”
According to Duffy, the biggest obstacle to achieving dreams and desires is fear. She believes that conquering fear requires one to enlarge and redefine their concept of time, and that doing so will promote a sense of well-being and calm. “We have the power to step forward and control time,” she writes. “We can expand time during the day, in order to accomplish more tasks without the accompanying feelings of stress and pressure.”
Taking control of fear and time can be a daunting prospect in a world filled with distractions designed to slow people down and stress them out, but Duffy is confident that she can get readers on the track to time management and on the path to happiness.
“The choice is ours,” Duffy asserts. “Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to move forward into a new and expanded vibration of time.”
About the Author
Tricia Duffy is a retired computer trainer living in Queensland, Australia. She enjoys spending time with her seven grandchildren, drinking coffee and playing bridge. For more information, visit http://www.fasttraintonowhere.com.
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