This week, it’s all about living life like you mean it! You already know that I’m all about implementation and doing whatever it takes in life and business. But in this week’s strategy, I’d like to focus on a topic I wrote about in my book, Embrace Your Magnificence. As an entrepreneur, this is an important concept for you to take in and one that is often not given the attention it deserves.
I was raised in France, where the pleasures of the senses are celebrated. I feel that as entrepreneurs, we are often too focused on accumulation rather than appreciation and lingering. Somehow, the culture of entrepreneurship has made us feel guilty if we don’t work into the night after putting the kids to bed. If this sounds familiar to you, it is depleting you.
Too many people live to work instead of working to live and live fully. (Click here to tweet this.)
For the record, I believe in working hard and doing whatever it takes to accomplish something. But if you can’t enjoy the fruits of your labor, what’s the point of all the hard work? You must take time to enjoy and celebrate your accomplishments. You must take time to be still and have pleasure in your life. Otherwise, you become a robot…
So today, I’m inviting you to enjoy every moment and live life in every moment. I believe that living well is transformative, and it doesn’t have to cost any money. Watch my video strategy below for living life to the fullest and await the change in your energy and your life.
Your The Leveraged Business Assignment
My assignment for you this week is to create some standards and boundaries in your life about how you want to live it. If you were a billionaire entrepreneur (a balanced one, that is) and could create your ideal life, how would you enjoy your days? What would you do with your weekends? How would you spend your time? Who would you spend it with?
Make this list right now, without any reservations. For example, if you find yourself working into the night, constantly checking your e-mail and doing work on weekends, then create a new standard: decide that you will shut down the computer by six thirty each night and that weekends are a work-free zone. This can be difficult at first, especially when you’ve been trained that nothing is more important than getting items checked off your to-do list. But nothing is more important, because if you don’t do this for yourself, you won’t have the energy to give to everything else you enjoy.
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