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7 Tips to Stop Being Pulled in Too Many Directions

Have you been pulled in too many directions lately?

Feeling overwhelmed and stressed from being too busy has become a way of life for many people. Life does not have to feel this way. You can have a balanced life and handle the demands you face each day. You can be in control of your life.

The most critical ingredient is you. It is up to you to take responsibility for your own wellbeing. You must make a conscientious effort to plan out your life and work. When you begin to assert yourself and take control of your circumstances, you will put out fewer fires and have less drama in your life.  You will havemore enjoyment, peace and a sense of accomplishment.

Here’s how to get started:

1)     Get Focused: Identify your values, future vision and set priorities.

2)     Say “No”: Let go of your disease-to-please and practice healthy selfishness.

3)     Don’t Strive for Perfection: No human being is perfect. You will fail trying to achieve perfection. Strive for excellence.

4)     Shift Your Attitude: Instead of saying, “I am freaking out.” Say, “I am in control of my life.”

5)     Choose Effectiveness over Efficiency:  Efficient people get things done. Effective people get the right things done.

6)     Have Fun: Make time for the things you enjoy. Celebrate you and your successes.

7)     Stop Procrastinating: Get started today!

Click here to watch Nancy show you how to make pulled pork and stop being pulled in too many directions.

If you do not address your own unique needs, your frustrations will build, and you will feel taken for granted. Your well-being, performances and relationships will suffer. As Dr. Phil says, “We teach people how to treat us.” Find your courage to make positives in your life. When you stop feeling pulled in too many directions, your days will be fueled by positive energy, confidence and self-respect. You will be in control of your life. Get cookin’ today!

Nancy Stampahar is a contributing blogger for JenningsWire.


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