Write down the steps you intend to take to get your life into balance.
It’s not uncommon for people focused on productivity in the workplace to find, when they look at the way they are allocating their time, that their lives are out of balance. Usually the problem is too great a focus on work at the expense of other areas in their lives.
If you picture the aspects of your life as making up the components of a wheel, the aim is to get all things into alignment so that your wheel will turn smoothly. Interestingly, getting things into balance actually makes it easier to be more productive at work.
Think about this as you consider how you’re going to rebalance things in your life.
Write down the steps you intend to take to maintain or improve the quality of your relationship with your significant other.
If you’re at the point where ending the relationship is your best option, then research the steps you need to take to do that and seek appropriate legal advice, especially if you’re ending a long term relationship or there are children involved.
If you’re looking to attract a significant other into your life, remember to consider Calling in the One by Katherine Woodward Thomas.
If applicable, write down the steps you intend to take to maintain or improve the quality of your relationship with your children.
Write down your plan of action for dealing with any family responsibilities that need to be balanced with working.
Now that you’ve drawn up your Lifestyle Action Plan make a commitment to act on it. Go to your calendar and set up a monthly review date, just like you would for any other project, and regularly review your progress and update your plan.
I hope you have enjoyed reading and working with of the content planned for the opening chapters of Everyday Productivity.
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