Your Career Life Balance Point
Developing and Using Your Knowledge (Your Logos)
Making time for you to think and grow.
To be adequately prepared for your journey, begin from where you are by asking yourself three important questions and write down your answers:
Why am I the way I am?
Why do I do what I do?
Why do I believe what I believe?
If you find yourself experiencing one or more of the following, then you are in the right place at the right time…
You want to achieve goals but find that you miss the target and fall back into old ways
You desire to improve your skills in working with others but relationships aren’t working
You seek after the key disciplines needed for success but somehow they elude you
You find it difficult to trust anyone
You are overwhelmed with the information explosion to the point that you don’t know how to think about most things…it’s difficult to make decisions
You are dissatisfied with your work…it seems empty and meaningless
You are stressed out, often angry, and overwhelmed
You feel that no one really understands you
To build a strong future, what are your priorities for 'you'?
Logos is knowledge and logic: something more refined than the capacity to make private feelings public: it enables the human being to perform as no other animal can; it makes it possible for him/her to perceive and make clear to others through reasoned discourse the difference between what is advantageous and what is harmful, between what is just and what is unjust, and between what is good and what is evil.
Did you know? (YouTube video about change)
Pressures Threaten Life Balance
The world we live in has changed significantly during the past several decades.
As a result of this ongoing change, we face pressures to change. Because of technology, our values are being challenged; other people are imposing their expectations on us, as well as, career demands on our time and attention. All these pressures lead to increased stress. This stress threatens our life balance and challenges our leadership capabilities all the way from the kitchen to the boardroom.
To build a strong future, what can you do differently?