Shift Your Thoughts, Situation, and Perspective
Are you bogged down with the demands of a 24/7 workplace against family needs and personal interests? Feeling frustrated your life is out of balance? Is there really such a thing as work-life balance anyway? It’s easy to fall into the trap of following the same routine. Here’s how you can change it.
If you can see where you are succeeding and where you’re falling short you can then start to pull a plan together to improve all areas in your life. What better way than using the well-known Life Wheel to take a “helicopter view” of what your life really looks like. This exercise provides an excellent visual to see how you’re doing in all areas of your life.
The example I’m sharing today is from a lovely young woman who shared with me her completed Life Wheel from my book - Colourful Self Improvement - 7 Key’s To A Happier Healthier Wealthier You! Amazed with the result, she also told me she shared the findings with her husband. He provided his own insight as to how she can make some adjustments to find more balance for herself and for them. She truly appreciated his thoughts, and encouragement. How amazing that they were able to discuss openly how to fill the gaps for a better quality of life together. The Life Wheel is a powerful tool when used properly. Take your #creativity one step further and experience MARI®️
If you make wholeness and real health a central focus in your life you’ll soon see the benefits of balance coming together on its own. And The Life Wheel is a great place to start.
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See a template for the Life Wheel?
Ask yourself, what areas show up as needing more work in your life? What ideas do you have to make progress in those areas today?
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