Although I loathe a rut, I do need the familiarity of a routine to keep me focused on dreams, goals, and generating income.
One advantage of self-employment is having complete control of my daily schedule. One challenge to that freedom is balancing my tendency to overwork with my need for play and rest.
I also crave variety to my schedule and connections with people. Like experimenting with a new recipe, here are a few ingredients defining a perfect day:
First thing in the morning, I enjoy the sea by my home in a variety of activities. When I return home, I share coffee and breakfast with the amazing man in my life. I work for a few hours on various writing projects, preparing for speaking engagements, and consulting projects. At lunch time I usually have meetings, which often involve getting together in an active or creative way. In the afternoons I finish up projects, have private sessions with clients, or work on other administrative details. Evenings are spent with friends for dinner or us enjoying a sunset dinner at home.
My perfect day would be on a non-typical day. In between my regular routine, I often teach seminars or host retreats, which involve travel. My perfect day would be taking photographs and meeting new people in a new location, all the while gathering material for blogs and courses helping others find the perfect path for them. I love connecting people, projects, and ideas, and when I travel for work and for play, these connections happen synchronistically.
A perfect day flows with surprises, adventure, and magic, in between the regular aspects which direct my focus.
My intention for my clients and readers, is to create a life where every day unfolds as a perfect day where they feel in complete control of those choices.
What would a “perfect” day be like for you?
I help A-types B(e) more. I believe you are the guru of your own life adventure. If you need a travel agent who knows the ropes and can ask you the right questions to prepare you, contact me for more information on private or groups sessions and seminars (online and in person).