Have you ever driven a car that was badly in need of a wheel balance?
Picking up speed the ride becomes rough hey.
Likewise, if you’re getting a rough ride in life, could it be that the road itself isn’t bumpy?
Perhaps the wheel of your life needs balancing.
Life requires balance.
If, for example, you’re in poor health because you’ve neglected your Fitness - Exercise - Health Goals, it may become more difficult for you to maintain your Relationship Goals.
Without the physical you don’t have the mental.
If you lose the career, you lose the financial.
Focus on the financial too much and you could lose the family... Is wealth at the expense of our relationships really worth it? Between the two extremes exists a perfect balance.
You’ve probably met some people who are totally committed to physical health. Full of muscles but they can be underdeveloped in other areas.
I’ve met a few people in my time who are so super-spiritually centred I think they’ve missed the whole point.
They go to work on the outside but inside, they’re dead. Religious facade.
Some are mentally brilliant by seem to be lacking in the social arena.
All of that to say this: the real you is unlocked by the whole of you, not a part of you. You’ve got to be all in there.
Step back and observe your life from an overall perspective.
If you’re lacking in an area or in multiple areas, create a goal to strengthen that/those area(s).
With a perfect balance you’ll enjoy a smoother ride down the highway of life.
So commit to developing the total person. If you want total success build and balance the total you!
As a sidenote, when we achieve a breakthrough in one area of our life, the benefits tend to cascade into all of the other areas. Conversely, if we let one area slide, that let down tends to infiltrate all of the other areas of our life.