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Bring Your Life Back Into Balance

March 5, 2015

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“Strive for balance in your life. You are the heart and soul of your business, so take care of yourself.” ~ Joey A. Concepcion

We all have different priorities in life. If you’re building a new business or career, you might be happy to work long hours. But, if you’re nurturing a family, it’s quite natural to want to spend more time at home.

You may even have another passion – a hobby, community position, sporting ambitions, or charity work – that you want to dedicate more time to.

Whatever your preferences, bring your life into balance with our article on The Wheel of Life®.


7 thoughts on “Bring Your Life Back Into Balance

  1. Work life balance wrote: is a life assessment / life wheel that will help you gain clarity and a healthy work life balance.

    1. Midgie Thompson wrote:

      Thanks for that link. We can all benefit from taking a look at the different and important areas in our lives and from there seeing what needs some attention!

  2. Harbeen wrote:

    Thanks for the really helpful tips!!! A lot of people need this on a priority basis.

    1. Midgie wrote:

      Hi Harbeen,
      I agree with you that many people could benefit from using this tool to take a look at their lives and at their priorities. Then, take time to reflect on whether where they spend their time is in line with their priorities!

  3. Jacques Hughes wrote:

    It is really important we need a balance in our life; otherwise we are suffering from different types of problems. In most of the cases we have found that people are unable to get enough time for their families, friends and personal works. As due to excess involvement in professional and other related works; but we should skip these habits in order to spend a quality and healthy life. We need to learn some important facts on how to maintain a balance in life.

    1. Midgie Thompson wrote:

      Thanks Jacques. I agree that many are living life that is not balanced in a healthy manner. The key, for me, is to determine what is truly important and then make sure you make the time for it.

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