Getting Started with Your Rebalancing Toolkit
As promised here is your
SPECIAL "STAYING" BONUS
A collection of strategies designed to help you find an extra hour in your day to use for whatever you want. It includes the elements you'll need to assess your situation, and the training to help you redesign your week so you can feel like you have it all!
Step #1 - Balance Assessment
There are three practices inherent in a balanced life, and when one of those is getting too much or not enough attention, we feel out of balance. Let's find out where you are. Are you contributing your time and talents to fulfilling work? Are you connecting with family, with friends, your tribe? Are you protecting time for yourself?
Go through the assessment now - it only takes a few minutes...then continue on.
So how did it go?
Did you find that you're not giving enough attention to one of the practices?
That's your clue as to where you want to invest more time and energy, but HOW?
Glad you asked! Let's continue to the Time Study.
Step #2 - Time Study
Next, take a week (or even just a few days) to track your time. You need to understand where all of your time is going before you can begin to figure out where you can get some time back.
I recommend tracking your time each day in 30 minute increments to get a clear picture. Once that's done, you can start to repurpose time to the areas that are underserved.
Step #3 - Get Time Back
GO BE BRILLIANT!
No matter your dreams or obstacles,
you have the power to reclaim control and to design the life you've always wanted for yourself.
I certainly hope you found value in these resources.
I don't even want to think about where I might be if I hadn't done this program. I would be spinning my wheels, and I really wouldn't be doing anything. But there's no progress - no success - in sitting around and waiting for growth to happen.
~ Carolyn M. Breakthrough Alum
My breakthroughs are truly happening! Since joining the program, I have gotten a raise, my ministry is blowing right open, and my fear has subsided. I get goosebumps thinking about where my life is now.
~ Michelle G. Breakthrough Alum