The concepts set forth in having a well-balanced life are easy to imagine, not so simple to attain. We all start each day with the same number of minutes, yet some people will get more done than others in the same time span. We are each unique, and therefore; will experience different life challenges and opportunities.
If you arrive at an intersection at the perfect time, the light turns green for you to advance. If your timing is off, you may find yourself frustrated for missing the light. A very important person in my life often says, “you never know what God is sparing you from when we hit a late changing light and decide to stop at the intersection.” In other words, by slowing down, did you just avert a life-altering accident up ahead you may have been Involved In otherwise? We only know what we know, and it is futile to speculate on what could have or should have been.
There is a lot of talk about the modern distracted driver. I want you to imagine it’s 1982, Ronald Reagan is in his first full year as President of the United States, and you are driving a car with a stick shift. There is no such thing as cup holders yet, so you are holding your soda or coffee. You have cassette tapes or 8-tracks scattered in the car, along with your MLS book, tear sheets, and a Thomas Guide. Not to mention your clients and their kids are in the car. Distracted?
Yes, THAT was truly distracting. Was it safe? No, not really, but when it comes to distractions, the cell phone was just among the latest distractions, as disruptions and distractions have always existed.
Balance, it’s a work in progress, you can find it, but it will require discipline, and proper execution. For some, their mission will be to get what they want, when they want it, and not be willing to wait. I’ve found the best things in life are not gained through expediency. For what appears in a minute often disappears just as quickly. What is important now, may not even be an issue a minute, an hour or a day down the road. Slow down. Invest the time to think. You know what you want, and how to do it right. Balance is about choices.
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