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.
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.
In today’s post I share 6 powerful strategies you can use to build your confidence after a setback – and how you can build your resilience over time so that future challenges are not so, well… challenging.
One of the reasons work-life balance may feel so elusive–and seems so easily lost the moment a new project or opportunity lands at your feet, or when your personal life takes an unexpected turn–is because certain of our preferences, habits and even our beliefs inevitably shift. This often happens without us consciously realizing it. And so although it is completely natural as we go through life, it creates internal conflict as well as conflict in our teams and organizations…
When we’re ready for a change in our lives – whether we want to start a new business, get in shape, or start a new project — we tend to want it right away. But change takes time: we are shifting old habits, creating something new. Taking new actions and creating new habits takes consistent practice before they become second nature. Read on to learn how to make big changes in a way that sticks.