We work on average 40 hours a week however there are individuals who exceed this amount averaging 50 plus hours a week. Research shows that burnout affects service professionals more and more.
According to The World Health Organisation burnout is an “occupational phenomenon”. On the 28th of May 2019 burnout was included by The World Health Organisation in the revision of The International Classification of Diseases. Although burnout is not classified as a medical condition it is nevertheless diagnosed officially as a non negligible condition, which results from chronic workplace stress.
I know that you are passionate about your work however you feel stressed out and overwhelmed by the demands it puts on you.
Enduring long working hours has the following consequences:
It is estimated that we spend our time every week on average:
But do you know that you have 72 hours to spare every week or on average 62 hours if you count travelling time to work and back.
In view of the speed of life and the quality of life you want to live, it is important that you spend wisely the remaining 72 hours you have available every week.
Do you wake up happy or have you been complaining a lot recently about what is not working in your life? If you have been complaining about certain aspects of your life it is time to take the Life Balance Assessment so that you can improve the quality of your life and find peace.
I would like to share with you in this blog article the benefits of the Life Balance Assessment and how you can improve dramatically your work-life balance.
The Life Balance Assessment is a simple and powerful tool which lets you:
You probably made the resolution at the beginning of the year to create more balance and harmony in your life.
We are now more than half way through the year and I believe that now is a good time to review all of the practical tips I have shared with you this year on The Everyday Life Balance Show to date so that you can create more balance and harmony in your life.
You will find below what I have shared with you.
The purpose of this article is to help you review the various tips you can apply so that you can experience positive results and achieve your goal.
You have learnt so far:
Thank-you for celebrating episode 100 of The Everyday Life Balance Show.
I would like to thank-you personally for subscribing to the Everyday Life Balance Show and for listening to the show every Monday.
Since its inception, The Everyday Life Balance Show has gone from strength to strength. It grew from the idea to help as many people as possible learn ways they can experience and enjoy more balance in their life on a mental, physical and spiritual level.
I remember the first time I launched and how long it took me to get the first episodes out there from a technical view point. Today, I am glad to say that it is much easier and this came with practice.
My commitment to you has always been to get weekly episodes out and I have done so without fail except during the Christmas period when I usually have a break.
I am very happy to announce that to date there has been more than 4,500 + downloads of The Everyday Life Balance Show since I launched the first episodes back in...
Do you feel overwhelmed, stressed out, overworked and despondent due to incessant and increasing demands on your time and the tasks that are part of your daily routine?
If you answer is YES, I am going to share with you, in this article, 3 powerful and simple steps you could take today to find and achieve more balance in your life.
What is a holistic lifestyle?
I would define living a holistic lifestyle as living a life where your main focus is on mind body and spirit balance. As you know any imbalance in the mind and body would create misery, unhappiness and suffering.
However, finding balance in your life requires three things: time, commitment and support for the following three reasons.
Firstly: it takes time to address the obstacles that might get in the way of your life balance, and to establish the actions that you need to take toward achieving a more balanced life.
Secondly: it takes commitment to actually take action towards achieving life balance.
Thirdly: having the right...
The quality of the questions you ask yourself will determine the quality of your life. When you ask yourself empowering questions such as "what makes me feel alive?" you improve the quality of your life dramatically.
"What makes you feel alive...?" is an important question to ask yourself when you want to experience joy in your life and increase your emotional satisfaction.
Living your life purposefully is a very hot and popular topic in personal development and something that is sought by individuals in general. Living your life purposefully matters because according to scientific research purposefulness has many health benefits.
Happy St Valentine!
Since we will be celebrating St Valentine’s Day this week on Thursday the 14th of February I dedicate this blog article to all of the people who dare to love and to love more…
Indeed, I celebrate you because to love and to love more requires both an open heart and mind.
Do you know that the way St Valentine’s day is celebrated in modern times dates back to 18th century England?
St Valentine’s Day is a reminder to keep our mind and heart opened every single day.
Love brings more happiness. It brings also more inner peace and less stress when you invite it in your life.
Remember that change occurs in your life the moment you make the decision that things have to change and you commit to your decision. Therefore, In order to experience more love, I recommend that you invite more love by opening your heart and mind.
Do you have the tendency to procrastinate? In this article I am going to share with you why beating procrastination matters?
The Oxford dictionary gives the following definition of procrastination: the action of delaying or postponing something.
A colleague of mine shared with me recently that she was a real procrastinator. And this got me thinking what did it mean for her to be a real procrastinator. I know how it feels I used to have the tendency to procrastinate, however I changed this habit in order to be more efficient and productive.
Indeed, I believe that procrastination is a habit connected to a habitual behaviour and belief system.
If you are a procrastinator I am going to share with you 3 reasons why you might procrastinate:
The 1st reason why you procrastinate is because you find it difficult to make a decision on the spot. You procrastinate or hesitate because of the fear of making a mistake or you apprehend that the decision you will make will put you off course....