Are There Other Issues You Need To Clean Up?
If issues are bothering you, clean them up. Otherwise they will resurface and bring additional stress at a time when you just don’t need it. Aside from finances common issues are health, family, relationships, previous work and legal problems. When in transition these will be magnified making them appear insurmountable. Always be proactive and keep your eyes open for any signs of trouble. While it may seem like a lousy time to bring on the extra stress of cleaning your slate there are many benefits. In particular there have been countless executives who have spoken about the weight that was lifted when they hit their issues head on. Most of them never realized how much it weighed on them or affected their judgment. the good news is you will likely find that the issues you avoided weren’t as daunting as you imagined. Consider getting a physical and recognize this is also a perfect time to improve your health. know your relationships, especially in the household, will be tested as finances dwindle and your self-worth is placed into question. Set aside some time to bring joy and happiness to those who mean the most to you. As career stress increases your tolerance for frustration decreases, which can lead to domestic disputes. talk openly with your partner and where appropriate make joint decisions on “next steps.” remind yourself daily that you are a capable person and that being in transition is a natural progression that happens to almost everyone.
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20 SUGGESTIONS ON THE ISSUES IN LIFE YOU MAY WANT TO CLEAN UP!
As you read through this list consider applying these ideas in both your personal and business lives.