...and the list goes on...emails, observations, meetings, laundry, dishes, gymnastics, dance. Finding a balance between my family and spending the time with them I cherish, a career I am passionate about, and my own well-being is always a goal of mine.
This is one of a few pointed reasons that I became a coach. I knew to be successful, I would need to learn to be more efficient, manage my time better, and be even more organized than I was. I was confident the support of like-minded, positive people would be empowering and that I had so many role models from all over the country. I was right.
5 months in, I question regularly if I have time for this. Deep down, I know I haven’t figured out the efficiencies that exist. I have pretty easily sustained living a healthier lifestyle including the five pounds I dropped within the first month. And I have brought much less work home. The most unexpected of all, the comments I receive regularly from people about my posts.
So, my answer is yes! Yes, I have time for this! For me, coaching is about being the person I want to be. The goals I set for myself are becoming more and more of a reality; although, they are goals that can forever be worked on.