Can’t Turn Off Your Biz Self? 2 Quick Steps To Flip The Switch.

November 4, 2014

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Sometimes in life, our greatest strengths can also become our Achilles’ heel. Especially when it comes to our drive and focus at work.

Being ambitious is awesome. But constant connectivity through smart phones and social media does make it challenging to disconnect.

And left unchecked, being in “work mode” all the time can wreak havoc on your relationships.

In fact, a few years back, it caused some serious problems for me. And while it’s something that requires consistent awareness, I can say I’m 1,000% better at shutting down than I used to be.

That’s why I wanted to answer the question about what I personally do to mentally and physically change gears once the work day is done.

Because no matter how much supposed “success” we achieve in this world, nothing matters more than being truly and deeply connected to the people we love.

That also includes yourself. Because in order to hear your own inner wisdom, it’s vital you stop listening to the static from the outside world.

Now I’d love to hear from you. Do you ever find it challenging to shift out of “work mode?”

Whether you’re of the male or female persuasion, what strategies do you use to shift between your masculine and feminine energies?

I’d love to hear what’s worked — and what hasn’t — for you too in the comments below.

As always, thank you for reading, watching and sharing with such heart and specificity!

Your contribution helps thousands of beautiful souls who come here each week to get insight and inspiration.

With all my love,

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