Every day, you put your heart and soul into your business.
You stretch yourself to the limits. But, where do you draw the line between your personal and professional life? For many of us, the global pandemic opened our eyes to the fact that a work-life balance may be illusionary at best. We may straddle that imaginary line or plunge deeper into one side versus the other. It all depends.
Time to Shift Your Thinking
In my experience, the happiest, most fulfilled entrepreneurs are leaders with a broader perspective about business and life. They remove “should” from their vocabulary and concentrate on “will.” Do you see the difference? “Should” implies necessity while “will” denotes intention.
When you’re intentional about how you spend your time, integration becomes more important than balance. Sometimes, you may need to devote 200 percent of your energy to your business. Other times, your personal or family obligations may take precedence.
Your decisions are intentional rather than reactive when you understand your core values and visions for your life and business. Successful leaders have a strategy and specific goals. They also recognize that daily living requires the flexibility of an Olympic gymnast.
I invite you to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how to integrate your life and business.