Achieve true balance


Work and life should not be mutually exclusive, but such is the uneasy relationship with business and family life that there used to be a time when “leaving to spend more time with my family” was taken as shorthand for “you’re fired”. Yet in an era where leaders are extolling the virtues of bringing your “whole self” to work the subject of “true balance” has come to the forefront in new thinking.

“My point is, life is about balance. The good and the bad. The highs and the lows. The pina and the colada.” | Ellen DeGeneres

I have come up with some observations in helping you achieve your own true balance

  1. Break down your life into several categories and rate yourself. Try doing a “wheel of life” exercise
  2. Decide what you are willing to let go of to create more time and space for what matters most.
  3. You are “perfectly imperfect” – Just be aware of this!
  4. You are not on your own – ask for help! Contact me to discuss.
  5. Test yourself – get out of your comfort zone, and do something that scares you on a regular basis – but perhaps not putting your head in a lion’s mouth!

You are not on your own – ask for help! Contact me to discuss.

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