Welcome to this class of The Relationships School where the theme is about balance in life.
What have you got in your scales?
It often occurs in peoples conversations of today. It's hidden in different shapes in the words, sentences and body language. Some people talk about it with satisfaction, other talk about it with a hunted facial expression and other choose to quickly change the subject to something else.
Some people has read a book about it that now stands on the shelf and collecting dust, others has made it to a part of their everyday life and through proactively (fancy word which we will return to further down) shaped the way they want it, while others are still wondering how to do it.
What is "it"? In this case it is about balance in life. It can include many things and mean different things for different people. We want to give you our share of experiences around this theme, practical and quick tips that can help you towards a better balance in life, as well as a deepening in to a more psychological perspective. Join in!
Ten tips for a better balance in life
- First clarify to yourself what's important to you in life, for example through coaching.
- Learn to say no to things that are less important!
- Make it a habit to plan your next day before you go to bed the night before.
- Reward yourself when you follow your plan.
- Make sure that you get quality sleep so that you wake up well rested (you can get more information about how to through us).
- You need to do something every day where you just stop and exist, something that makes you feel good.
- Choose friends that make you feel good and nurture these relationships.
- Often think about all that you can be thankful, proud, and happy and excited over.
- Make sure that you get good nutrition, avoid sugar, milk and fast carbohydrates. Eat supplements.
- Enlist the help of others that already have a better balance than you (friends, authors, lecturers)
Article: A balanced life
That the article this class is about balance in life probably won't come as a surprise for you. The article can be found on the link below. If you cannot click on the link, you can also copy and paste it into your favorite browser.
As always, you can also download the text so that you can print it or read it in the comfort of your own computer.
Tips on Literature and CD's
'The 7 habits of highly effective people.' by Stephen Covey
'Eat that Frog: 21 Ways to stop Procrastination and get More Done in Less Time ' by Brian Tracy
'Time of your life ' a series of CD's by Anthony Robbins
'You wake up in the morning, and lo! Your purse is magically filled with twenty-four hours of the magic tissue of the universe of your life. No one can take it from you. No one receives either more or less than you receive.'
This is the whole quote in case you want it:
'You wake up in the morning, and lo! Your purse is magically filled with twenty-four hours of the magic tissue of the universe of your life. No one can take it from you. No one receives either more or less than you receive. Waste your infinitely precious commodity as much as you will, and the supply will never be withheld from you. Moreover, you cannot draw on the future. Impossible to get into debt. You can only waste the passing movements. You cannot waste tomorrow. It is kept for you.'
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