Dear Busy Professional,
You have worked and achieved much. Congratulations!
When people see you, they see success. People hail you as an innovator, a strategist, a breath of fresh air. However, there is something else that they do not see — the cost of your success.
You spent long days and nights studying books, people. You took time to hone your craft. You improved on your natural gifts and abilities.
This cost you in terms of the time spent on these endeavors . . . and there were other costs. This time spent meant that other aspects of your life were at best given minimal attention. At worst, they were put on hold.
So here you are now, success personified, and yet . . . you have gaps. Gaps that have endangered your relationships and legacy.
These gaps threaten your present and future. The problem is that you do not know what to do about them.
You are tempted to ignore the gaps and stick with what you know. Yet, you are challenged in several ways. You long for those close relationships where you could be yourself.
You want to be close to your family . . . just because they are your family. You feel isolated. Distant. You have good work relationships, but those are simply that — work relationships.
Yet, when you think of making a change, you do not know where to start. How do you break into and establish these relationships when you have been missing. It is the million dollar question, isn’t it?
So what do you do? What can you do?
You have options. Having options can be both good and bad. So, exactly what are yours? Here are two:
Continue the way you are going. After all, it is what you know and it is comfortable.
Try to dig yourself out on your own using resources like books, podcasts, and other trusted resources.
When you get down to it, if these were effective options for you, you would not be reading this page.
Face it. You want more. You deserve more — more time, better relationship, impactful legacy.
This is big. It is bigger than your present. Why? It is also about your future.
If your legacy is confined to your work arena, what does it say about you and the other aspects of your life?
Thus, closing the gap is about your present and your future. However, once you start with the present, the future will be positively affected.
It’s easy to get sucked into a workaholic live that leads you to being a stressaholic. Believe you me when I say that I have been there.
You see, I went from activity to activity, meeting to meeting, both at home and abroad. My brother jokingly told a friend that I didn’t really live at the house. I just stopped over. It was that bad.
It was fun. I was effective. But, that was what everyone saw. What they did not see was the toll it took on me and my personal life.
Yet, there is a way to achieve balance; a balance that is unique to each person. This allows you to manage your time in a way that allows you to continue be productive, while enjoying meaningful personal relationships, leaving an impactful legacy.
This is why I work with clients like Rachel, a professional counselor, to achieve this type of balance. Here is what she had to say:
Do like Rachel and get help.
Now, the one-on-one coaching that I do as a spiritual mentor and coach is not for everyone. So, who is it for?
It is for you, if you are a busy leader who is:
Dr Claire is a proven, dependable partner and guide who will with empathy and compassion be honest with you and hold you accountable to your commitments, undergirded with a christo-centric spirituality.
Click here to find out how to take advantage of this solution for your life, relationships, and legacy.
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Indeed, this is your time to manage your life to have more time, better relationships, and an impactful legacy.