Have purpose in your work
“Work is not a disgrace; the disgrace is idleness” ~ Greek proverb
When I meet my coaching clients for the first time I ask them questions about their personal life, their business, and their well-being in general so that I know where they are and how I can help solve their limitations and get them unstuck. They primarily talk about their business. They don’t mention much about them, who they are, what they like, what they do in their spare time. They just talk about what they do in their business. And they are often ashamed to admit that they work more than 12-14 hours a day and they don’t have much left for fun and relaxation before they go to bed at night.
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My goal is to create a balance between personal and professional areas in order to bring more to their lives. But what I love about my clients is that they all value the time and efforts they diligently put into their company regardless of what they do. Seeing the dedication and the determination for their business is inspiring to me. They all show a passion, an intention, a purpose in everything they do for themselves and for their own clients and customers. This is what I love to see in all of us. A purpose.
I can’t stand laziness, I can’t stand procrastination, and I can’t stand the excuses that come from those two when you’re unable to achieve a goal. You should be proud of what you do, no matter what it is, and feel blessed for the opportunities that come your way. Take advantage of them. Don’t stop what you’re doing. Keep going on your journey to success.
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Holistic Precision Life Coach, Brain Wellness Coach, and Life-Work Balance Strategist helping busy professionals and high achievers live and work better by prioritizing themselves. I use different modalities (epigenetics, neuroscience, chronobiology, and positive psychology) to implement effective lifestyle changes.
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