If work-life balance does exist, perhaps its most consistent quality is its impermanence. Our lives and our work are constantly changing and so it’s only natural that a sense of balance would be in flux as well. Yet for too many of us, avoiding overwhelm and even burnout is far too elusive too much of the time. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Is it time to clean out your mental closet? Is your emotional sock drawer overflowing? While physical clutter is easy to identify, mental or emotional clutter isn’t always as straightforward. Read on for 5 simple yet effective strategies to clear your mental and emotional clutter. Take 10 minutes today for an immediate sense of relief, and to set yourself up for better focus and more enjoyment this spring.
I am doing something a little different this month. This is because I want you to succeed in achieving what’s most important to you this year! Read on for step four – how to simplify and why less really is more – and key to setting yourself up for more sustained and sustainable success.
Step 3 of 5 in helping you achieve new results in the new year is up! Read on – or tune in – for how to take appropriate action and when to adjust course. Part three in a five-part approach to achieving your goals with more success and less struggle this year.
If you read last week’s post, you’ll know that I am doing a weekly series this month with four of the five steps to set yourself up for new results in the new year. Research shows that by the end of January almost half of us who’ve made New Year’s Resolutions will have already given up on one or more of them. And I want you to succeed in achieving your goals this year! Read on for step two in a more effective approach to achieving your goals this year.
We seem to have agreed that the new year is the time to give ourselves and our lives a makeover. And while I’m a big believer in lifelong learning, personal growth and development, I’m not a big fan of new year’s resolutions. The main reason is that there isn’t much evidence that they work. Read on for a powerful new approach to achieving new results in a new way this year.
As the year draws to a close, it’s tempting to fast forward our focus into the year ahead — and the new opportunities and goals that come with it. But there’s value in a little reflection first… Read on for a simple yet powerful year-in-review exercise to release the old and set yourself up for new results in the year ahead.
What could you do with an extra hour or two a day? For most of us, this is very achievable. If you feel the way you’re working isn’t working for you, read on for one myth that may be standing in your way – and the critical mindset shift you’ll need for lasting change.
Have you ever found yourself feeling uncertain in the face of a big decision? Part of you wants to say yes; part of you wants to say no. Is your hesitation your inner guidance telling you that there’s a good reason not to move ahead? Or is it plain old fear? If this sounds familiar, read on for three steps to help you make better decisions more consistently.
No one gets through life without encountering change, so why is it so hard for so many of us? Today I share five tools to help you reduce worry and stress so you can more successfully manage and embrace change in your business, your career and any area of your life.