It’s much easier than you think.
Let’s first define work-life balance…
Aligning your day-to-day behaviors with your priorities in life.
Notice I used the word “aligning”.
It means to adjust your behaviors if they don’t support what’s important to you.
What are some of your priorities in life?
Let me guess…well, it’s really not a guess. It’s what my workshop participants say.
Family relationships, health, and wellness are top priorities.
Let’s start with family relationships.
Would you like a better relationship with your spouse?
Yeah, who wouldn’t, right?
Guess what the National Marriage Project says about dating your spouse?
Couples who schedule date nights enjoy higher levels of intimacy and fulfillment.
I have your attention now, don’t I?
Let’s make it happen by taking this first step.
If you are working, text this: If you are together, say this:
I’ve been thinking about us today and wanted to know if you would like to go to dinner (insert day) night? We haven’t been to (insert restaurant name) in a long time and thought it would be fun.
You can do this!
You are capable of being the leader with scheduling date nights.
Do the above and repeat it within two weeks.
In the meantime, I would love to hear how it is working out for you.
Email me your stories at firstname.lastname@example.org