Many consultants and companies are recommending that we create work-life balance by taking an extra vacation every year, or building a gym in a corporate office building, which are certainly steps in the right direction.
However, people are finding they still are staying connected to their screens, thinking about work, and stressing over past and future events, even at home, or on a tropical vacation.
I lived on Maui for five years and I saw it everywhere, from mad texting at the pools at luxury resorts to serious cellphone conversations on a trail in the Bamboo Forest.
When you unplug, your brain gets to relax and your decisions and life activities become more balanced.
Having your priorities and desires clearly mapped out in this way greatly assists you to stay balanced and move in the direction of what you really want.
If you keep 50 percent of your agreements, you will get 50 percent results.