SETTING PRIORITIES IN ALL AREAS OF LIFE

Posted by Frank Kreze Posted Date:09/29/2021 10:00 AM

You are a complex, unique individual. Part of your complexity stems from the fact that you fill many roles in life and possess numerous needs and desires that grow out of your unique potential. Your needs and desires are best fulfilled by using your potential to be as productive as possible in your business pursuits.  However, you will be more productive over a long period of time and find greater satisfaction in your accomplishments when you establish priorities in all six areas of life: financial and career, physical and health, family and home, mental and educational, spiritual and ethical, and social and cultural, and set priorities in each one:
Financial and Career. Exercise the same careful watch over your personal financial affairs as you demand in your business. Consider the effect of finances on your ultimate career goals and priorities.

Physical and Health
Successful people take care of themselves physically; they know a healthy body supports an active and creative mind and turns stress into a motivating force for achievement. Set a high priority on eating nutritious meals, exercising, and getting enough rest to be as productive as possible.

Family and Home
Make your family and home life more rewarding by giving to it some of the energy you save through better organization at work. Spend quality time to maintain meaningful relationships with all members of the family. Exhibit the same caring for them that you do for the members of your team at work.

Mental and Educational
Continue to grow in knowledge of your career field and knowledge of the world in general. Read something every day that stimulates you to think about important ideas.

Spiritual and Ethical
Give attention to becoming the kind of person you want to be and to the values you want to demonstrate in your life. Give back to others some of the rewards and blessings of life that have been yours. Find some cause greater than yourself and support it with your time, money, and influence.

Social and Cultural
Your relationships with people make life worthwhile. Develop a broad circle of friends with whom you have mutual interests. Remember also that the most successful people know how to get along well with others. In addition, they enrich their own lives and the lives of others by participating in cultural activities.

Our process for providing that help embraces an individual’s personal Plan of Action based on the Total Person concept. We understand that you and each person in your company or organization is a complex, unique individual with numerous roles to fill in life. More than a philosophy, the Total Person concept is an action-oriented way of life that centers on goal setting and action plans that focus on six vital areas.

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