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in town juggling a million things, so why not lighten the burden and share solutions amongst friends? That 'go-to' pal might also be your designated Balance Buddy who can help maintain your focus and yin/yang equilibrium.
Delegate and Outsource.
There is power in recognizing you cant actually do it all, which can preserve your sanity. Stop owning planning every birthday, baby shower and holiday event
JENNIFER WILLEY, DISABILITY:IN
We wont always knock it out of the park at work or at home, but if we lean on each other, prioritize to succeed and keep our end goals in sight, we will get much closer to finding the key that unlocks more fearlessness and fulfillment on every front.
- Jennifer Willey
celebration at work. Let someone else take charge and just bring your smile. Divide and conquer home responsibilities with your sig- nificant other, roommate or older children - meal prep, cleaning, grocery shopping - get all hands on deck so you have more time to focus on your tasks. There are a host of turnkey outsourcing solutions that can help - cleaning services, grocery delivery compa- nies, meal delivery (we are obsessed with the healthy and delicious Hungryroot!), auto bill pay opt-ins, subscriptions to your must-have essentials, etc. It may cost a little extra, but theres value in the time and productivity you get back. We are all works in progress, striving to make an impact. We wont always knock it out of the park at work or at home, but if we lean on each other, prioritize to succeed and keep our end goals in sight, we will get much closer to finding the key that unlocks more fearlessness and fulfillment on every front. For more tips on how to be fearless at work and in life, check out wet-cement.com.
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