One powerful practice that has changed my ability to be present and engage with my family after work has been parking around the corner from my house for 5-15 minutes before walking in the door.
A few month’s ago Google’s CFO, Patrick Pichette, began the road to leaving the position he loved and to move beyond the pressures of being in “the Fraternity of Worldwide Insecure Over-achievers,” as he called it. Is this really what it takes to get work-life balance?
Very few businesses get it right the first time. Some of best companies needed to change to find the right customer, value proposition, and positioning. Why don’t you do the same: pivot the direction of your life to achieve greater success.
Too often we feel the pressures of our relationships and environments asking us to be someone we are not. The science of personality is enabling us to listen to the voice within to understand our stress better. Continue reading
“Ask me whether what I have done is my life.” — William Stafford, “Ask Me”
This question stands at the heart of what I engage with people and teams on when addressing LifeWork™. LifeWork™ is an internal paradigm shift that orients you to be yourself in all the spheres of your life, enabling you to realize the total good you are meant to do. Continue reading