Leaving the office doesn’t always relieve the sense of stress or frustration you feel. You often carry it home. There, you unleash that frustration on those closest to you: your family.
You know this isn’t right. Yet, the stress and impending burnout pull you in this negative direction. You’re not yourself; you’re someone who’s angry, broken, and bitter.
You want to be better than this. You don’t want to snap at your spouse, yell at your child, or fume angrily.
Did you know it’s possible? You don’t have to live a life of frustration. You don’t have to burnout. You can be something more than this.
Identifying Sources Of Stress And Burnout Of Leaders
What causes undue amounts of stress for leaders? Why do leaders burnout?
I’ve heard these questions asked again and again. I’ve seen the results of stress and burnout. They’re not pretty. Read more...
I feel like my family gets the short end of the stick. I never have time to do the things I love to do. Work is always calling me and I have to answer.
These are things I hear regularly from leaders around the world. There’s never enough time to get work and life done. One or the other gets neglected.
What if I told you it didn’t have to be this way? What if you could accomplish everything you needed at work and still spend time with loved ones doing what you love?
It’s possible. Not only is it possible but it’s something you need to do.
3 Ways To Establish And Maintain Healthy Work-Life Balance
In this article, we will look at 3 ways you can establish and maintain a healthy work-life balance. You may be shocked at one or two of the suggestions. You may wonder why you didn’t think of these ideas before. Read more...
It’s becoming increasingly apparent how important our mental and emotional well-being is. From leaders’ moral failures to the stories of leaders and pastors committing suicide, the focus has shifted from results to health.
Our mental health matters. Our emotional health matters.
While we know this, we regularly ignore their importance. We look for ways to skirt around our mental and emotional health. We believe we can take care of it at some later time.
You can’t. And you won’t.
In fact, you might get to a point you can never take care of them. You’ll get to a point where you make the ultimate decision in your life.
I don’t want that to happen to you. I want you to live a vibrant, thriving life. I want you to be healthy and whole. Read more...
What do you think of when you think about the most important relationships in your life? You might think you have to pour everything into your business relationships. Or it may be your child’s life. It might even be the friends you have.
I want you to think about the most significant relationship in your life that gets ignored. You may be surprised by what I think it is. Yet, if statistics are correct, it gets overlooked more than any other, ending in the dissolution of the relationship.
The most significant, most important relationship that we ignore, especially as leaders, is the relationship at home with our spouse.
When you choose to get married, you commit to this person for life. If you’re a Christian, you commit to this relationship in front of God and covenant with Him. Read more...
If you’ve been a leader for any amount of time, you know that your time is a critical asset. People are reaching out, trying to get you to solve a problem, and then there are your family and friends. There’s always something happening.
Work-life balance seems unattainable. It’s this mythic beast that roams around that you just cannot tame.
Or so it feels…
You can tame the work-life balance beast. It’s not a unicorn. It’s something that can and must, be done.
The challenge of balancing work, family, and faith is a real one. You want to do your best at your workplace. You want to do the best job raising your family and caring for your spouse. And, I hope, you want to be a good member of your local church. Read more...