How to Handle the Work/Life Balance

The Diamond Mine

“Every minute you spend in planning saves 10 minutes in execution; this gives you a 1,000 percent Return on Energy!”
     – Brian Tracy

When setting goals in our life or our business, it’s important to know where to begin. It’s much easier to get to your destination if you know your starting point.

The ‘Diamond Mine’ is a simple way to identify which areas in your life are important and then giving yourself a satisfaction rating in terms of overall level of achievement.

As Brian Tracy put it, “Virtually all of us have four main goals in common. These are (1) to be fit, be healthy, and live a long life; (2) to do work we enjoy and be well paid for it; (3) to be in happy relationships with people we love and respect and who love and respect us in return; and (4) to achieve financial independence so we never have to worry about money again”.

When you give yourself a score of one to ten in each of these four areas, you will find that most of your problems and concerns are in that part of your life where you scored the lowest. The most rapid improvements in your life will come when you make improvements in that specific area.

Your ability to achieve success and happiness in your life is determined by how you identify the areas that need improving. The following video and Diamond Mine template will help you unlock your natural potential to help you accomplish your goals.

That’s why I am giving you the secret behind the Diamond Mine for FREE!

Download your FREE Diamond Mine template below and watch the video to discover how to unlock your natural potential and start accomplishing your goals.

If you’d like to discover how Real Estate Brilliance can help you achieve your personal and professional goals, get in touch with us today. We’re here to help.

Photo by Tom Grimbert on Unsplash

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