First of all I wish you Happy Holidays and a productive start to the new year.
I am a big believer that moving forward means improving the existing quality of your life. Of course reaching goals and increasing your performance it important.
How you feel while you are doing this is what I believe makes up for quality of life.
You can be reaching goals and increasing your performance by pushing through, being competitive while running on an empty battery. At some point your body and emotional self will not be able to keep up.
To increase your quality of life I suggest doing things differently or adding something entirely new to your routine.
Maybe this is changing your location or job, or even friends, these are big changes. How about starting with
getting rid of some behaviour patterns that no longer serve you? Replace them with behaviour patterns that do serve you.
I love personal growth & development. My personal as well as professional experience can vouch for that each step taken, even small steps, result in change. Imagine climbing up a ladder. With each step your view changes and brings a new perspective.
Make the kind of changes that stick!
Life changes all the time, sometimes daily. During your lifetime you never stop growing, developing and learning, which of course means changing. If you resist this, you run the risk of staying stuck.
Here is how you start:
A self-help book to further your personal development. BALANCE - A Practical Handbook for Life's Difficult Moments by Suzie Doscher
Available in the Amazon Store of your country. In Paperback, on Kindle
or as an Audiobook narrated by the author. (Audible or iTunes)
In order to stay calm and grounded it requires certain behaviors that feed being calm and grounded.
Each person will have their own requirements to feel calm and grounded.
What actions you need to take will most likely differ from someone else’s.
Just as each person has their own interpretation of success, the same goes for feeling calm and grounded. Listen to yourself to know what is best for you.
Based on my own personal experience this also changes depending on our age:
I know when I was 30, my focus was very different to 40.
By Suzie Doscher, Executive Coach focusing on Personal Development, Self-help author since 2014.
Photo credit: Pexels
These are a sample of options you have when in need of some stress relief:
It is most import to ensure that any action you propose to take is in keeping with your personality and can be executed in a style that suits you.
by Suzie Doscher, Executive and Life Coach, Self-Help Author
Balance - A Practical Handbook for Life's Difficult Moments
3rd editon out now in any Amazon store worldwide
Audiobook narrated by Suzie Doscher on Audible and iTunes.
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Listen to excerpts from the Audiobook:
Balance - A Practical Handbook for Life's Difficult Moments by Suzie Doscher
iTunes or Audible
Raise your self-awareness with this: