Is it possible to live a totally balanced life?
30th October, 20170 Comments
I've found myself being asked this question recently, and my honest answer is......
The reason I say this is because for most people that ask, they are asking because they want to fit everything into their lives in equal proportion:
Spend time with their family/partner
Read the latest books/see the latest films
Play/watch more sport
There are ways we can balance our lives much better, by being smarter and more efficient, but I think some problems come from social media, and the portrayed image that we see.
Constant posts and streams show people seeming to live the "dream" - they're never sat still, or doing the boring stuff - but what we don't see is usually one of a few things:The boring stuff we're not going to be impressed with The extra stuff that you yourself may need, or want, to do in your daily life that they have decided (either consciously or subconsciously) isn't as important in theirs The work that's gone into their lives before this point to allow them to live the way they do now
My point is that as well as knowing what we need to do to be successful - we also need to understand and work out what we're willing to sacrifice to reach that point
I think this gets forgotten too often.
About the author
I am a specialist performance coach & mentor for young professionals in both the corporate and sporting world.
Expert in graduates, millennials & apprentices to sports players & athletes.
I help sports teams & leading companies retain & enhance their rising stars by providing the support & guidance they need to reach their full potential.
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