Today is one of those days where I don’t really know why… but I just want to stay in bed… and hide… and cry.
Which makes it really weird that I’m doing this right now, because this is very out of alignment for how I feel.
But I will post this for no other reason than maybe there’s somebody out there that feels the same way… and would like to know how to get through it.
One of the biggest challenges any leader can face is knowing how to set the right expectations. Too often in the home, our expectations borderline perfection.
So how do you manage healthy expectations as a leader in your home?
Anyone can lead when things are going well.
How should you respond to the storms to protect your family and set yourself apart?
What if you could see decades into the future of how the choices you make now would impact your family?
What do you do when screaming kids, innocent interruptions, household noise, and other distractions keep you from getting your work done, and are taking your business and family life out of balance?
You’ve heard the phrase “When it rains, it pours.”
So how can you stay afloat when you’re struck by the perfect storm of stress?
One of the most commonly mentioned challenges with living balanced is the challenge of time management.
During my journey, I had the hardest time believing psychology experts that said positive change, like improving my time management, could be as easy as doing what I’m going to share with you today.
But first, I need to share a story that I really didn’t want to share.