EP 089 | Balance Is Better with Andrew Mitchell
December 3, 2018
Balance can seem like an unattainable ideal. However, developing the habit of self-assessment and being willing to ask for help can put you into greater alignment and fan your passion for business.
In this episode we learn:
- “balance” may look different for each of us
- take stock every six months, to assess what is working and what isn’t
- a lack of balance takes a toll on creativity
- a hobby that’s creative but not related (crafting, photography) can feed your soul
- a healthy, mature support group can be a powerful motor to keep your business running smoothly.
Article by Andrew: The 12 Areas of Life Balance
12 areas of balance is taken from The Code of the Extraordinary Mind: 10 Unconventional Laws to Redefine Your Life and Succeed On Your Own Terms
Dream big. Even if you fall short of your goals, you’ll be further ahead.
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