A navigation guide for creating and maintaining a balanced life by focusing on four primary areas of life: Relationships, Health, Spirituality and Finances
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Coach Kelly Speaks
Coach Kelly Speaks
Journey to a Place Called THERE is a guide for creating a balanced life. The goal is to help you get “THERE”—which is your ideal place in life—by focusing on the four primary areas of life: Relationships, Health (mental or physical), Spirituality and Finances. What and where THERE is completely depends upon each person’s goals and dreams and is therefore unique to each individual; because of that, an individual’s journey to THERE is also unique to them. For example, THERE may be an on-site dig near the pyramids in Giza for an archaeologist, but for an author THERE may be the New York Times’ Best Seller List; for a new driver, THERE may be receiving their Learner’s Permit; for a hardworking and determined student, THERE may be walking across the stage at graduation; for a Christian child, THERE may be Christmas morning.
As you travel through the pages of Journey and complete the included worksheets, you will identify areas of your life that need improvement, develop a plan to achieve your desired life, and learn to walk into your success confidently. At that point, you will have reached your destination THERE and you will begin to live the life you’ve always desired and aspired to lead. Once you reach your THERE, you will find the reward you’ve sought and feel the exhilaration of finally realizing your heart’s desire. So, forget about the stumbles that you may have had in the past; forget the naysayers who said you couldn’t. All that matters is what you do today, in this moment. With Journey to a Place Called THERE as your navigation guide, the quest towards your ideal life can begin now. All you have to do is choose to realize that you are worth the trip.
Work-Life Balance. Such a simple sounding phrase, but yet often difficult to manage. Most of us have to work to earn money and sustain a certain quality of life. Therefore, working does have a purpose. The question is: How significant is the purpose of work and how does it relate to other aspects of life?
Why is it so easy to get caught up in the roller coaster of work while family and personal life are put on hold, forced to wait for their due time and attention?
What is the magnetic force that draws a person to work 12-16 hour days, six - seven days each week?
What draws people to answer business calls while on the ski lift on vacation with their family?
Is it the money? Is it job security? Is it the perception of always being abreast of every situation?
How would life be different if you put 100% into work and 100% into your personal life, but with a balance?
There is a time and a place for everything: work, family, friends and self (which includes your health, your spirituality and your finances). All of these facets of life need to be aligned and balanced. Yes, the weight each area is given will fluctuate over time and situations. That is to be expected. Likewise, each person’s list of areas will differ. What still remains to be true is the need to have a comfortable balance to live the life you desire.