Time To Take A Step Back
Well, here we are, in the grip of the holiday season. And as you wander round the store, blinded by glitter and lights…
And tick off the endless list of decorating the house, gift wrapping, writing cards and juggling family, it’s no shocker if you’re feeling more than a little —
Tired of the hustle…
Tired of the pressure to do everything, be everything: Matriarch of your family. Superwoman to your friends. CEO of your life…
Well, if that resonates, let me tell you: you’re not alone.
I think we can all agree that the events of the last few years—pandemic, healthcare, remote social relationships (not to mention the recession) have left us tired, frayed and fractured.
And here’s the honest truth…
I don’t know any woman right now, who’s where she thought she’d be. Any woman who hit her business goals (or personal ones for that matter!)
Yep. It’s been a tough year for most of us. But while money goals are important, the truth is they’re also secondary…
Secondary to true wellness, happiness, and having a multi-dimensional, holistic approach to your life.
And that’s where the Wheel of Life comes in…
Now, the Wheel of Life is a renowned and respected coaching tool, in part because it’s so valuable, simple and doable.
It will help you:
>> Reflect on where to start—so you have a baseline when setting goals
>> Identify what’s important to you in life (and likewise, what’s not)
>> Pinpoint what’s sapping your energy. What you should pay attention to—and what you can let go of.
Ready to get started? << DOWNLOAD YOUR WHEEL OF LIFE HERE >>
So, how does it work?
Well, it takes 8 key aspects of your life—from finances to family and friends—and asks you to rate them on a level of satisfaction from 1-10.
Then, when you connect the dots, you have a clear (if bumpy!) picture of where your gaps are, what you’ve left on the back burner, and what may be less important to you.
And this is crucial, because as we know, life never runs smoothly—and neither does the Wheel of Life. (In fact if your wheel is a perfect, wide circle of ‘10’ under each category, I’d suggest you may not be being entirely honest with yourself…)
Now, when you have your wheel I’d urge you to take a step back and consider:
- Which areas need your attention?
- How have your priorities shifted?
- What dynamic could be limiting you, even if it seems less important?
Because the first step is to discover what you need—before you can make it happen.
Rooting for you,
P.S. If you’d like to take this one step further and unpack your results with me, all details of how we can work together are right here. Nothing would make me happier than to put you back on the path to true wellness.