About Those Competing Commitments
Your To Do List
Operating Your Business
Working Out Regularly
We all have full lives. Ask anyone how they are doing. What is the typical answer?
I’m so busy.
So, how do you have competing commitments all work with contentment and ease?
Enter systems thinking. Consider how you and each area of life interrelates.
One of my clients couldn’t seem to get traction on her health and fitness goals. She felt disorganized and knew she had to get clear in her head on how to manage it all.
She was naturally wired to perform functions in sequence. She would work on one thing, get it done, and move on to the next. She saw each commitment as a separate entity. Yet, she was not meeting the very things she was committed to, like getting physically fit.
We explored some options by looking at how seemingly separate commitments could be integrated. How could she get your young child off to school, be on time for that morning appointment, and work out?
There were a number of options we discussed from asking others for assistance to bringing her walking shoes to work and walk during her lunch.
Systems thinking expands the range of choices available for solving a problem. Can you see how integrating small steps can have you take giant leaps in multiple areas having it all work?
Where in your business or life could you integrate competing commitments and have it all work?
If you would like to learn about your human hardwiring and have all areas of your life work in concert with one another, I invite you to participate in our workshop Wired to Win 101: How Are You Hardwired? held at the Business Innovation Lab in Livonia, Michigan on Saturday, June 15, 2019.
In this workshop, you will:
-Maximize your unique mix of human wiring.
-Discover new ways of listening that allows you to communicate with effectiveness and grace regardless of the content.
-Increase your effectiveness by understand how others innately want to receive their communication.
Register today at: https://excellerateassociates.com/wired-to-win-101/