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Seven Areas of Life for Self-Leadership

Don't Rock the Boat

The normal reaction for people in a funk is to focus solely on one or two areas of life. For example, if you are down in career, you might turn to a coach. Down in health, you might end up at a gym or personal trainer. Mentally down you might start meditating, and so on.

The problem with this is that as one aspect grows, another shrinks. You’re unfulfilled at work so you decide to drive harder but as a result, your family and love-life suffers. Or if your finances are struggling you might start worrying about money and ignore your health. Your overall score of [VIP score] doesn't change, it simply changes shape. Old problems may go away, new ones appear.

Have you seen this happen to anyone you know?

Back on track has two basic goals;

1 Firstly, to achieve balance across all the areas of life and

2 Second, to increase your overall ‘VIP’ Balance score

You can apply my approach to companies and for individuals.

Depression, divorce, financial breakdown, emotional trauma, mental health problems and illness are all long term consequences of being off track for too long.

The unique feature of Back on track is that you not only get back on track in a sustainable healthy way but you learn a process for catching funk early for the future.. it means you can regulate your life balance and not be caught with your pants down in the future.

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