Balancing love and business

June 27, 2017

Living in the 21st Century requires much skill and multitasking, especially if you are a woman.

If we take a look at the women of the past, their roles were clearly defined and they were able to focus on nurturing the family in the capacity of caregiver to other family members.

Today, women are not only expected to still be caregivers, they are also running corporations, legislating laws and saving lives, among other things.

But how difficult is it to balance being a successful businesswoman, play all the additional roles, and still find time for love?

It's very doable, but like most facets in her life, she has to multitask and make adjustments. Here are some tips.

 

Do not start a new relationship compromising

 

Compromise is a word that gets thrown around plenty in relationships, mostly by the person not doing the compromising. While it's understood that some compromise may be required in a relationship, it should not be the foundation that the union starts on. Parties should establish some level of common ground before they even embark on trying to be together as a couple and build on that.

 

Invest in yourself

 

Too many women focus on trying to find happiness from an external source. Finding real fulfilment starts internally and should be nourished from that standpoint. Invest in what makes you improve, and do it so you can be the best version of yourself. Then you will be better able to share yourself with someone else.

 

Stop working

 

Once upon a time, a person would only work when they were actually at their place of work. Now with the advent of mobile technology, people can work all the time, and they do. It's important to unplug and make time for your personal life.

 

Celebrate your sexy

 

Being professional all the time can do much to numb any interest in intimacy, and that can be problematic for relationships. That is why effort is required to maintain the sexy part of your life.

It is possible to be both successful in business and happy with life overall. The two are intertwined. The real trick is to moderate the focus on only one aspect at a time. For practical purposes, some scheduling may be required and the full support of your spouse and extended family is also needed.

Have fun, and stay sexy.

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