by Dr. Stacia Pierce, for GalTime.com High-demanding careers and life are often hard to balance, even for the most organized and alert person. To offer advice on how to balance it all is Dr. Stacia Pierce, a successful life coach and also the CEO of Ultimate Lifestyle Enterprises, a multimillion dollar conglomerate.
The 3 Steps to feeling better, healing faster and being more effective in life are: 1) Relaxing 2) Recharging 3) Refocusing I know "It sounds too good to be true," but relaxing, recharging and refocusing your attention for 5 minutes or less at a time, throughout your day on a daily basis will help you feel better, heal faster and generally be more effective in life.
The key to having a successful life is enjoying the things that you do while maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The word lifestyle refers to the way a person lives. This includes one's behaviors, habits, activities and actions. It is important to examine your lifestyle to ensure that you are living the very best life that you possibly can.
Life can get so darn serious sometimes, don’t you think? There’s bills to pay, children and aging parents to take care of, a career to expand on, daily exercise, and that’s just our personal lives! Then there’s world peace, global warming, the economy, and health care to tackle!
In the 1700s the prominent belief was that people would have to be threatened and punished to do good deeds for one another. The common saying was that people had to “be threatened with hell, and promised heaven” in order to be positive players in society. Along came Frances Hutcheson, philosopher and teacher, who noticed that people are at their happiest when they are helping another human being. It was recognized that stepping outside of oneself and not being self-absorbed lead to the happiest of times.
With so many people still struggling to find work in this slow moving economy, those with jobs being quite frugal even during the holidays, and many losing much of their retirement funds... are we all going to be working just like today till we're 80? I saw a tv news story of a woman who had always hoped she's retire in her 60s or even 70s, but now realizes she may have to continue working into her 80s. How many people can imagine this?
Why do you feel so backward compared to your friends? Why do you get depressed when you look at what they’re doing that you’re not? “Are you going to the barbecue this weekend?” a girlfriend asks. “No,” you reply, not really knowing which barbecue she’s referring to, but since you weren’t invited to any, you’re not going anyway. “Oh, well that’s too bad,” your friend says, “We’ve been having barbecues all summer.