Achieve a True Work-Life Balance
Updated: Mar 17, 2020
Over my recent years as a business owner of multiple companies across the world, a father to two teenage boys and a property port-folio to manage I’ve had to learn how to manage my time. We all have priorities in life and demands we try to meet yet I usually see the most pressure we receive is the pressure we put on ourselves.
The reason I’ve decided to become a mentor & coach, in the formal sense anyway as I’ve always informally mentored and coached people, is to help people achieve that true work-life balance we all would like to achieve.
So work-life balance, I mean, that's a term that's being used too often today, but you know what? How often do you see it achieved? I'm very fortunate I've achieved a great level of work-life balance, and that's what life according to Murf is all about, is helping people understand how they can achieve that work-life balance, and just become happier in general, happier in life. If we enjoy what we do at work, then we're gonna be happier at home. We can have greater relationships with people. We can be better parents and better partners. We're just gonna bloody enjoy life. And that's the key, to step back and understand your whole life, and break it down piece by piece. That's my purpose. I wanna help people achieve that work-life balance, therefore be happier in life. And if I can do that for you, then that's what I'm here to do.
If you’re struggling to achieve a true work-life balance, feel you could be happier in work & life, drop me a line as I’d love to help you with this.
I can mentor or coach you to fill that gap between who you are and who you’d like to be. Success to me isn't about a big house, a multi-million business or a fast car, it’s about happiness and how we can live a positive balanced lifestyle.
The image above I took with my iphone 4 in 2012 whilst walking across the Yarra River in Melbourne. It was an early start as usual as I walked to the office and I just had to stop to take this pic. Nature is so good for the soul and it's proven that a disconnection from nature can increase mental health illness. Get yourself outside more!
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