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"Just as your car runs more smoothly...when the wheels are in perfect alignment, you perform better when your thoughts, feelings, emotions, goals, and values are in balance." - Brian Tracy


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Hello everyone! I was actually hoping to have a success wallpaper with a different theme prepared for you today, but I will need more time to work on it. So instead, to keep up my pace of posting two new "walls" out the door every month, I'm posting this wallpaper with a nice reminder for living instead.

This wallpaper is called "Balance", making it the 91st success wallpaper of my gallery. I already have my next two wallpapers almost finished, so those I feel really positive on being able to release on schedule.

As far as the topic of this wallpaper goes, I know I need to be reminded of how important is it to stay balanced in life. I know for myself (to stick with Brian Tracy's car analogy), it's easy to steer off course and get too focused on one area of my life. Not that staying focused on one thing at a time is bad, that's all well and good. But if something is taking up all your time and energy, you will quickly become unbalanced and fall off that proverbial "ball".

That's why I like this image so much. There's not just one sphere in this image, there's many that exsist. Just like there are a lot of balls we have to juggle (or move to in this case) to keep it all together. A car - usually - has four wheels. And they all need to be balanced in order for you to enjoy a smooth ride. If one wheel was too large, the whole vehicle would start wabbling so as to not perform as it was designed to.

That's how it is with our time. We need to focus on spreading out our time on all areas of our life in order to achieve that perfect balance. We are creatures of balance. The 4 major areas I believe every human being needs to find balance in are worship, love & relationships, work, and recreation. Now, I'm not saying that we need to spend as much time on recreation as we do working. For some, getting that balance of work will require 8 hours because that's what their job demands. But, that same person can find balance in the recreation space in 30 minutes to an hour of exercise. The same goes for love & relationships and worship.

It's up to you to find out what works the best for you. But every person needs to determine accurately what that balance is for him/herself - and then stay in that balance for optimal living.

Here's to you having a balanced day for a maximized life!
- Original blog entry from 08.16.2010

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