Get A Grip On Your Work-life Balance Publisher's Description
Finding A Good Balance Between Work And Your Personal Life Can Take More Time And Energy Than You Might Have Right Now. Tric Gibson Has Been A Registered Psychologist For 30 Years And She Can Help You Find It. Grab Your Copy Of This Hot Ebook Today.
AN EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK:
Avoiding something important on a regular basis never solves the issue.
Running away and burying the pain in your work just hammers the pain deeper, then you run your old pattern again requiring more avoidance to cope with the cycle which becomes more destructive until something cracks.
Let’s look at some of the feelings and symptoms that are very common when you get out of Work/Life Balance in a significant way and/or for quite a while.
You might feel :
Loss of control. You feel like your life is a boat without a captain. Others have control over you, your time, your money, and ultimately, your happiness.
Underachievement. Despite your best efforts you might feel that you still have not reached a satisfactory standard of achievement in whatever endeavours you take on.
Anxiety. You feel deeply unsettled and worry about current and future issues – especially underachievement at work.
Lack of Motivation. You just can’t get yourself to be driven to complete or even sometimes begin work that you know you should do.
Frustration. This can arise from a sense of being stopped short of your desired level of productivity or goal. What stops you can be the result of any of the other emotional states described here.
Lack of Confidence. This really translates to ‘I don’t think I can…’ or ‘I’m not good enough to…’ or ‘I’m not worthy…’. This has derailed and will derail many very capable and intelligent men and women.