It’s not surprising to find that many people lead lives that are out of balance. We live in a frantic and stressful age, where change is the norm, and stability is difficult.
Executives find that the higher they climb on the corporate ladder, the harder it becomes to maintain a balance between personal and professional.
When our equilibrium is constantly being challenged, we need balance to help us negotiate the complex situations that confront us.
The age of communication only complicates matters. Hundreds of daily e-mails, phone calls, messages, faxes, and meetings interrupt our concentration.
But, it doesn’t have to be that way. Leading a balanced life is a choice. It isn’t your circumstances that bring imbalance to your life – it’s the choices you make in response to them.
“Circumstances do not make you; they reveal you,” wrote author James Allen in his book, “As a Man Thinketh.”
Your choices create your destiny, and You are their master. So, make the choice to live a balanced life.