Maximizing capacity benefits work life balance
Capacity is such an interesting topic because every person’s capacity level is so unique.
Capacity is created through a series of events:
Having a large capacity is useful in everyday lives because it allows you to complete the things that need to be done such as going to work, grocery shopping, making food, and doing household chores … however if your capacity stops at your needs, it means that you have no room for your wants. You get stuck and never learn to fly a drone, or do a puzzle, or get your target number of golf games in. The concept behind capacity is important in regards to creating an achievable work life balance.
When you create a good and healthy work life balance that is within your capacity it helps nurture and grow your love for both work and extracurricular activities. This balance helps encourage you to be present where you are; growing productivity, relationships and goals in both areas.
How is your work life balance? Are you utilizing your whole capacity right now? Do you perhaps need to grow your capacity? Or on the other hand have you overdone it to a breaking point, are you drowning in Zoom Fatigue and allowing your 9 to 5 to creep into an 8 to 8. Take a minute today to evaluate where you are: how you can grow your capacity into sustainable cycles and make sure you include some you time. You need it in order to achieve all you are aiming to accomplish in this great game called life.
Author: Dave MacDonald
President, Better Together Group
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