Now, some believe if you work harder, you'll be more successful. If you're more successful, then you'll be happier. Maybe not that simple. Living in the military lifestyle can be a handful, but wouldn't it be great to feel more productive living the life.
Sarah Francescutti is mindset coach with Exhale and Thrive Coaching. A former military member, she also works at CFB Esquimalt's Transition Centre.
Prioritizing the things that are important in life. 4:09 Filling yourself up. Writing out what you should focus on. 8:34 Using your schedule as an intention setter. 10:19 Inside-out scheduling. Look at your life, what you do with your time and assign it a number. 15:48 Even robots need maintenance. For military families, each transition presents an opportunity. Quotes
“You've probably heard about filling up your own cup first so that you can help others it's the same kind of concept. But I think of it more like a vehicle. Most everybody has a car. And you know, if you're running on empty fuel, you're likely gonna burn out, run out of gas on the side of the road and be stuck between here and wherever you're trying to get to. And the same sort of concept comes to mind, in your work and your personal life." - Sarah Francescutti
"It's more around, working less hard, making things easier, prioritizing the things that are important. And when you know what those are, then you can choose where you put your focus and your time and your energy, then your productivity soars." - Sarah Francescutti
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