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Does Your Life Feel Like a Continuous Juggling Act?
Home Self-Improvement Advice
By: Rebecca Gordon Email Article
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Multitasking: The magic mantra for a modern day working professional!

Multitasking is the magic mantra to success in the modern times. With so many avenues to concentrate on and with many ambitions to fulfill, life becomes one big struggle. Managing several tasks simultaneously can sap the energy out of any individual. However, that still doesn't prevent people from turning their lives into a continuous juggling act!

If multitasking is the magic mantra to success, then stress is its biggest side effect. Stress at work and home can be pretty daunting and can make you feel moody, irritable, and withdrawn leading to several stress related health ailments. The demands of a high pressure work environment and the stress to meet deadlines leaves a person with no job satisfaction whatsoever. In retrospect, people realize that they have lost their well-being in the quest to achieve greater heights in their careers.

Every problem has a solution!

Multitasking can be rewarding, if practiced with discipline and with certain strategies. However, in the course of a busy everyday life, people seldom find time to reflect on their lives and form a systematic plan of action in order to manage several tasks together. In such situations, one of the best possible solutions that helps in getting one's life in order is engaging the services of a Life Design Coach.

Life Design Coaching

Life coaching helps a person find answers to the most important questions that can influence them. Questions such as:

"What is the purpose of my life?" "What are the priorities in my life?" "Where is my life heading to?" "Am I truly happy?" "What does success actually mean to me?" "Am I truly satisfied with my professional and personal life?" "What do I love to do and what is it that irritates me?" and finally "What can I do to make live my best life?"

Finding the right answers to these questions can help a person remain satisfied and on target, with the feeling of having surety of a way forward in life. This is where the services of a Life Design Coach can help to optimize the actions to take that will help with getting ahead despite life’s personal or professional demands.

When a person is caught up in the routine of everyday life, his vision becomes very limited. He begins to think in terms of "What do I do next?". In the process, he loses sense of the bigger picture in life. If he cannot achieve the immediate goals that he has set for himself, he gets frustrated, forgetting that life has a lot more things and many more opportunities to offer. Frustration can be contagious. Frustrated parents can pass on their frustration to the family and especially their children and so affecting the positive ambiance of the whole house.

The ideal woman!

Women are more likely to be under constant stress from multitasking than men. Having to manage the house, children and the demands of a full time job can be disorienting for a woman. It is very important for a woman to attain the perfect balance between work and home. As children grow, their demands grow too. For a mother to spend time with her children is a prerequisite for a good upbringing

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Rebecca Gordon, International Trainer /Life Coach, +44 (0) 7833 461 773

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