Most of us have been sold on the idea that we can have it all, be it all and do it all.
But at what cost? What do we have to sacrifice to have it all, be it all and do it all?
Most people are sacrificing their health, their well-being and their relationships and working themselves to death, trying to have it all.
My clients work with me because they are tired of the sacrifices they are making in the endless pursuit of it all. They want to have success, without the sacrifice, but the truth is, success without sacrifice is a lie.
You don’t have to sacrifice everything, but you will have to sacrifice some things.
The problem is that most people have sacrificed too much. Most of us have sacrificed the wrong things and it’s hurting us in the long run.
So, the question becomes, what are the wrong things to sacrifice and what are the right things to sacrifice?
Let’s start with the right things that you should be sacrificing.
Start by sacrificing being ‘busy’. I can’t tell you how many people come to me with the complaint that they are too busy and don’t have the time to do everything that they think they need to do to make more money, have more success, take care of their health and have a great relationship.
Here’s the thing, busy is a distraction from connection. You might think of being busy as being productive, but the truth of the matter is that being busy is the biggest time waster, that we have invented, that gets nothing done. Being busy keeps you from the things that matter the most to you.
Most people are sold on the idea that you can have it all and you don’t have to compromise. Most believe that you can have that work/life balance.
The truth is that there is no such thing as balance. Balance does not mean equal and you are working yourself to exhaustion trying to have it all and balance it all.
So, what can you do to have a happy, healthy, successful life?
It’s all comes down to establishing clear priorities and setting boundaries. Most of us have no idea how to have clarity around our priorities and boundaries.
But as Roy Disney once said, “When your values are clear to you, decision making becomes easier.”
Use your values to make decisions and guide your actions and take responsibility for the decision that you make.
How you spend your time, money & energy is a direct reflection of your values. What are your priorities? What are your values? What are you wiling to give up? How are you going to give it up?
When you base your decision making on your values and priorities, you’ll be willing to sacrifice what doesn’t move forward or support your priorities.
If you are struggling with clarity around creating clear priorities and establishing clear boundaries, then you will want to schedule a success without sacrifice session with me.
Go HERE to answer some questions and book your session with me. Together we will find clarity and establish specific aligned action for your vision, values and priorities.
If you are tired of working hard and sacrificing what’s important to you in the pursuit of having it all, we need to talk. Success doesn’t have to cost you your priorities.
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