Developing relationships is challenging.
Establishing a career is challenging too.
Trying to balance both can seem impossible…
But, it’s NOT!
I firmly believe that it is possible for YOU to balance the single life and a career…
If you’re willing to putting in the time and the effort required.
It’s not going to be easy and it’s going to happen overnight.
I can promise you that.
If you’re looking for a quick fix…you’re in the wrong place.
However, if you’re ready to hold yourself accountable and do what’s necessary to develop the right balance for you, I can assure that you’re in the RIGHT place.
To get things started, you must listen to the podcast episode, ‘How to Balance the Single Life and a Career’. It will help you to begin developing the balance that works best for YOU. If you’re interested in knowing what topics are addressed on the podcast, please take a look at the show notes below.
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Episode Title: How to Balance the Single Life and a Career
- “When people feel like they know you, they feel like they can say ANYTHING to you.” – Kai Love
- “If a man is interested in a woman he will MAKE or FIND the time to be with her!” – Jay
- Setting priorities is key
- Determining the right split for you, between work and social life
- The damage that may result when your work life bleeds over into your social life
- The importance of keeping your social life separate from your work life
Hot Topics & Takeaways:
- The differences between balancing a career and social life for single people and people who are in a relationship, married or who have children
- Putting on ‘love weight’ may be fine if you’re in a relationship, but if you’re single staying fit is a priority!
- Why you should avoid bringing your personal issues, drama and business to work at all cost
- The times when work should ALWAYS come first
Dangers & Difficulties:
- The danger of being cloaked with your ex while trying to establish a relationship with someone new…and how it can make you unapproachable and unattractive!
- The difficulty that singles face when trying to find the time and energy to be social and date outside of work
Experience is the Best Teacher:
- Kai shares how she can go from being a boardroom bully to being shy around the boys
- Kai speaks on how she fell in love at the moment she laid eyes on her ex and how it prompted her to approach him with tons of confidence and boldness, which was completely out of character for her
- Kai explains how energy and vibes play a huge role in the success she has with men
- Kai breaks down how you can SWERVE work social events to do your own thing
Fun Times & Stories:
- Kai shares a story about a guy who didn’t have time to date, but suddenly was engaged to get married to someone else
- Kai tosses some WILD hypothetical questions at me involving Salma Hayek, a barber shop and us dating!
- The co-worker who wrapped Christmas presents AT WORK!!!
- Kai shares a drama-filled workplace relationship story that will make you think twice before even looking at your sexy co-worker
Hold Yourself Accountable:
It is YOUR responsibility to decide what you want, set your priorities and clearly and verbally communicate them to the people in your life or who want to become a part of your life. Excuses are invalid and unnecessary when you do what you need to do from the beginning.
Apply the Principles:
“Do to others as you would have them do to you.” Luke 6:31(NIV)
Take Action Now:
- Know what you want and don’t want
- Set your priorities
- Verbally communicate your priorities and what you want and don’t want to people who are interested in getting to know you
- Don’t make excuses
Call to Action:
Please leave a comment and let me know:
What difficulties do you or have you had with balancing the single life and your career?
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