How can you make any progress if you keep lying to yourself? You can’t. How about this approach? Be honest.


Get real.

And by that, I simply mean: say what is really going on. Because far too often, you choose an extreme which isn’t honest. Either you say it’s going much better than it really is, or — at the other end of the spectrum — you say it’s going much worse than it really is.

Honest balance wins the day.

So what we’re looking for here is a simple accounting of reality.
For example, you might have had a rough day at work. And what do you say? “Today sucked.” And I get it. Some days feel bad. But did it really suck? If yes, fine. Say so. But most of your days are a mix of good and bad. And if you’re honest, there was some good even on a day that felt like it sucked. So look for the balance.


How to find the balance.

Please watch this brief (about 10 minute) talk by Nigel Marsh, and then come right back for today’s takeaway.

Find the balance.

  1. Be honest about what’s really going on.
  2. Take control of your own life.
  3. Choose a realistic time frame by which to measure the balance. 
  4. Find the balance in finding the balance.

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More like this?

I can help you honestly assess what’s going on in your life so we can design a life plan that is balanced.

And you have a couple of options for your next step. You could contact me and describe what you’re going through. And I’ll be in touch with suggestions. Or you can book a free session to make a time to get together and talk it over in person. Either way, I’m here to help you focusovercome resistance, and get moving again.

Get focused and Get moving.