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How do you take complete ownership for every part of your life?

Life has different phases… Work life, family life, social life, personal development, etc. We all strive to live fullest but one aspect of life always overshadows the rest. Most times the biggest culprit is work. Not only does it take center-stage, but it also eats up most of the productive time of the day.

For some, it can be family. However important connections with family are, they can also suck out the energy needed to connect with other people, and even more importantly, yourself.

For the the young generation, read Gen Z, it is entertainment that takes the biggest pie of our life. This is through clubbing or parties, and can be worse when it falls into screentime: video games, Internet, movies etc.

Lost time is barely recovered and many people end up developing one part of their live at the expense of the rest. It should be possible to take control of every part of your life and experience holistic growth but the chains of our main focus prevent us from truly being in charge.

What are some of the tried and tested ways to disengage from focusing and one aspect and developing all round?

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  1. Just by being present and focusing on the moment can ellominate distractions that may take away the time and energy of main tasks and experiences. Also avoiding taking up too many things at a go.

    Just by being present and focusing on the moment can ellominate distractions that may take away the time and energy of main tasks and experiences. Also avoiding taking up too many things at a go.

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