Balancing work, family and life
In my opinion New Year’s resolutions are a fun yet ineffective way to change bad habits. Who do you know who’s ever stuck to their resolutions anytime past January?
As a fledgling business, fast approaching our 4th birthday, achieving balance is something we seem to grapple with daily.
According to our founding client, Kim Potgieter from Chartered Wealth Solutions, achieving balance is vital to living and retiring successfully. There are eight areas that make up a Wheel of Balance: work, play, relationships, money, give-back, learn, health and purpose.
Kim is one of only two Registered Financial Life Planners in South Africa, and the author of a soon to be released book RETIREMEANT: Get the most meaning from your money – so she is well qualified to guide people in pursuing the life they really want.
In order to create her website, I read Kim’s book and was struck by how this same Wheel of Balance can be adapted and used as an effective tool to achieve balance in the key areas of a healthy, thriving business.