“How” to Balance

I’ve received a lot of feedback on the “Balance” blog from yesterday and most of it was coming from people having a hard time letting go of work once they are at home.

It’s a common challenge, but what works and has worked with the people I’ve coached is a couple of things:

1. Make time for YOU where you are “unavailable”. I’m not talking about if an emergency comes up, but time for you to take that nap, read your book, watch TV, or just decompress in anyway you like to and not be available for work, thinking, phone calls etc…just declaring that you are unavailable does wonders to put your mind at ease without guilt.

2. Make plans so that you replace thinking about work with other things. The plans can involve family, friends, barbecue – whatever will allow you to balance. Also declare this time to be “YOUR” time guilt free.

The fact is, the root cause of not allowing yourself to “balance out” at home by having fun or doing nothing is guilt = you think should be doing “something” to be productive, but understanding that doing “nothing” IS charging your battery so you can be raring to go back on the job and be more effective when you get there while having more fun while home!

Yours in Guilt Free “YOU” Time – Coach

Do we rely more on hope…

Than our own expectations?

Occasionally, we do, but it’s not the best made plan.

Hope is bound to include outside help to step up, before we do.

It’s our own expectations that gets our wheels turning by our own power, driving towards what we expect.

So next time your find yourself relying a bit too much on hope, set your expectations and let the trip unfold.

Yours in  “Expectations” – Coach

What is in our minds…

Is also in our lives.

We’ve all heard about the law of attraction, and it’s not just about attracting what we think about, we also seek and find what we think about.

If we think mostly about football, it is football that is around us. If all we think about is food, that’s what we pick up on and what we surround ourselves with food.

The same goes with abundance and lack…so we must always make sure that what we are consistently thinking about, is what we want…because it will always show up.

Yours in “Thought” – Coach

The following…

Are the 3 “things” that we can’t live without, and are ranked in order of priority to life:

1. We can live up to 7 days without water.

2. We can live up to 11 days without sleep.

3. We can live up to 70 days without food.

Good things to know, in setting up our priorities.

Yours in “Priorities for Living” – Coach

Quick Fix??

A quick fix is the easy route but may not solve the problem.

Whether it be be mechanical, personal or in business…you may just be wanting to fix it “now” and even occasionally be tempted to bring out the duct tape…but most problems or “challenges” as we like to call them, need time.

When it comes to people, having them solve the problems themselves is the sure fire way to come to a resolve. So assisting, without interference is the best bet…even though you may be tempted to fix it, or painful to watch, trust the process.

Yours in assisting – Coach

“Thank you” are the 2…

Most underused words in our language.

These 2 words can elevate our world and the world of others, if we said it more.

It shows acknowledgment, and recognition…the 2 things people desire most, even above money.

So let’s get these 2 words back into our vocabulary, and when we say “Thank You”, let’s mean it when we say it, and acknowledge it when we hear it – it will allow us to do our part in making this world a better place.

Yours in “Thank You” – Coach

Caminin önünde ve iki yanında geniş cami halısı dış avlusu olup bunun çevresi pencereli duvarlarla çevrilidir. Bu avulya 3 ü cephede olmak üzere, 8 kapıdan girilir. Şadırvan avlusu, 26 adet granit mermer ve porfir sütuna oturtulmuş, 30 kubbeyle çevrili geniş alandır. Mermer döşemeli bu geniş sahanın ortasında 6 mermer sütunlu şadırvan, sahanın azametini gösterir. Şadırvanın kemerleri, kabartma olarak Rumi geçmelerle ve köşebentleri, kabartma, lale ve karanfil motifleriyle bezelidir. İç avluya, biri cepheden ikisi yandan olmak üzere herbiri merdivenli 3 kapıdan girilmektedir.
Caminin önünde ve iki yanında geniş cami halısı dış avlusu olup duvarlarla çevrilidir. Zemin kaplama malzemesi kategorisine giren cami halıları, cami ye girerken ilk göze çarpan bir dekordur. Dekoru farklı yapan ise, halıdaki desen, ipliğin kalitesi ve motifteki göz alıcı tasarımlardır. Betonarme zemini kaplamasının dışında cemaatin rahat bir şekilde ibadet etmesini sağlayan cami halıları kaliteli malzemelerden ipliklerden üretilir. Halının dokusundaki sıklıkla orantılı olan kalite, dokunulduğunda kendini belli eder. Bu avulya 3 ü cephede olmak üzere, sekiz kapıdan girilir. Avlusu, 26 adet granit mermer ve porfir sütuna oturtulmuş, 30 kubbeyle çevrili geniş alandır. Mermer döşemeli bu geniş sahanın ortasında 6 mermer sütunlu şadırvan, sahanın azametini gösterir. Şadırvanın kemerleri, kabartma olarak Rumi geçmelerle ve köşebentleri, kabartma, lale ve karanfil motifleriyle bezelidir. İç avluya, biri cepheden ikisi yandan olmak üzere herbiri merdivenli 3 kapıdan girilmektedir.