Do you feel like you’re always juggling multiple tasks, trying to balance work and family responsibilities, errands and social obligations?
It can feel impossible to find enough time in the day to get everything done. But what if there was a different way of looking at balance? What if balance wasn’t about trying to do it all, but instead about making conscious choices that support your priorities?
Check out this post and podcast episode for a new approach to finding balance in your life.
Listen to the Full Episode on Balance
An entirely new way to think about balance in your life:
What if there was a different way of looking at balance?
When we think of balance as a state of life where everything we care about gets our equal attention, we set ourselves up to fail.
It also doesn’t benefit us to write balance off by just saying “balance doesn’t exist” thus, possibly inviting excess into every area of our lives.
Balance is not something you find, it’s something you create.
“Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress, working hard for something we love is called passion.” – Simon Sinuk
Is balance the key to everything?
If “balance” means looking at things from a neutral perspective, expecting half good and half hard in all of the things we genuinely care about, then yes, maybe balance is the key to everything.
In this week’s podcast episode, I dig deeper into what it means to expect the things we care MOST about to be half good and half hard and how this will help you approach life differently.
Are there things you’d say yes to today if you could embrace this different way of looking at balance?
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- A new way of looking at balance that will encourage you and feel possible
- How to stop thinking the grass is always greener on the other side
- Why you should not write balance off as something that is unattainable
Mentioned in this episode:
- TED Talk on a new way to look at stress
- Sign up for the free training: Becoming the Woman You Want to Be–3-Secrets to Make Prioritizing Yourself Easier
- Follow Paige on Instagram: @paigeschmidt
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