May 16, 2011 - What is your idea of quality time with yourself or others? Is it stealing away moments or creating memories? Is it blocking out time or being able to lose track of time out of pure enjoyment? When you are more focused on squeezing in quality time versus embracing a life that is worth living, you are allowing everything else in your life to be in control and you to be in the passenger's seat. When you stop making it about quality time and more about quality of life, you will be in the driver's seat excited about the journey every step of the way.
Take an MM&I Moment to write down what quality of life and the time you spend living it means to you. Write about the relationships you cherish, experiences you want to share, and what being with those you care about the most both personally and professionally feels like and looks like. Then make it a part of each and every day to bring your vision to life ... with the relationships that mean the most to you, experiences that enrich you and those around you, and living a life that simply thrills you.
Synergized Quote of the Week
"Enjoy each day because your life can change in a moment's notice." - Dirck Reichard
Savvy Secret Tip of the Week
Make sure your company is as focused on a consistent and distinctive ongoing impression as it is in making a powerful first impression. While it is important to grab the attention of those you want to serve, it is even more important to keep their attention and keep them engaged and inspired to do business with you. CLICK HERE to read my latest Savvy Business Owner column on the four things to consider in your communications in the impressions you may be making.
CHECK OUT MAY'S ME, MYSELF & INC. COLUMN: "Give Up the 'Balancing' Act" is the title of my May column, Me, Myself & Inc., in Sophie Woman's Magazine. Anyone who knows me knows that I have the audacity to challenge that Work/Life Balance doesn't work. In this column, I share more about why it doesn't and why shifting to Work/Life Synergy is a more effective and rewarding mindset and approach. CLICK HERE to read the column online on page 21.