TICK Tock, Befriend Your Clock!

Mr Len Kling

Room for Positive Change

In our own ways, we are all incredibly busy and often struggle with competing demands on our time. Likewise, our capacity to meet such demands is often challenged. Many of us have expressed statements such as: if I could only find more time, just wish I had more time, I don’t have enough time, I really have to make more time to do this, and if I could turn back time … cue Cher song! Our thoughts, perceptions, and descriptions of time interfere with effective monitoring and control of available time. Guess what? We all have exactly the same amount of time in the day: 24-hours. That’s it. We cannot find or create more time. However, what we do with our available time is where change happens. This brief talk will encourage you to unpack and eradicate your time-sucking TICK: Thoughts, Importance, Commitment, and Know-how.


Clinical Psychologist & Wellbeing Coach

MAPP, MPsych (Clin), BPsych (Hons)

Len works in his private practice at Room for Positive Change as a Clinical Psychologist & Wellbeing Coach. He holds both a Master of Psychology (Clinical) and a Master of Applied Positive Psychology and is also a certified organisational coach. With over 15 years of experience, Len continues to be amazed by the capacity for human resilience and the overall strive for betterment. He has presented on various topic areas including: Psychological Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace, Positive Ageing and Resilience, Navigating the Stages of Change, Building Blocks for Better Habits, and Unleashing Your Strengths. Len engages an authentic, holistic, values driven, and strengths-based approach to his interactions with clients and to life in general. Outside the office, Len is often found nurturing positive relationships, sweating through some form of physical activity, making a mess of the kitchen, or enjoying live music. Len’s signature character strengths include kindness, fairness, honesty, and hope.