When we think of someone changing their life we usually think of someone in a bad situation that turns things around. A person struggling financially becoming wealthy. Someone miserable in their job quitting and doing what they have always wanted. An overweight person taking back control of their health.
While these are extreme and amazing examples, I want to emphasize the fact that things don’t have to be broken to be fixed. We don’t have to wait for total loss of control in an area before we start to better it.
Changing your life is simply the art of developing your current self.
This then begs the question, where do I want to improve?
Take some time to look at your life and see if you have balance in the areas of your life that are important to you. For example, the areas could include Physical Health, Financial, Family and Relationships, Mental Health, Spiritual, and Lifestyle.
Your physical health may be fine but what about your spiritual self? Is your relationship with your family where you want it to be? Are you working too much and not allowing time to relax and explore?
Balance is a key ingredient in the recipe for living a fulfilled life.
The easiest way to discover the imbalance in your life is the give each category a rating from 1-10 and see where the lower numbers are then start improving that part of yourself.
Changing your life doesn’t have to be a complete engine overhaul – it can simply be a small improvement in balance that gets you firing on all cylinders.
Now as it is Friday here is the motivational video that I have had playing on repeat this week and you will see how much it inspired this post.
– Dane Bergman.