We all know what stress is, and more likely than not we have experienced some form of it throughout our lives. It’s so common in today’s world to push yourself harder, strive for bigger goals, be an attentive spouse, an active parent, and make time for your family, all the while still being able to dedicate time for yourself and your friends.
We see success stories plastered all over business magazines and T.V about these everyday people who have risen to success and promote the importance of spending quality time with family and friends. They give us a few tips and hints along the way of how you too can live this dream. I’ll give you the most important tip that many won’t disclose: these people have help, and lots of it. They will have a nanny, a travel agent, an executive assistant for their work and all sorts of other help at their fingertips that allow them to live this allusive ‘you can have it all’ lifestyle.
The reality is, these people have help because it is impossible to do it all on your own and be able to enjoy each moment without stressing about the proposal you have to draft, the flights you have to book and that dinner date you have been promising to book with your other half for nearly three months. The issue here is that hiring help is not formally disclosed in articles like ‘top 20 tips for success.’ People will tell you to ‘slow down’, ‘take time off work’ and ‘stop taking so much on board’, but we all know that isn’t always realistic.
Welcome to 2015, the year the Personal Life Management industry is taking off. No, we’re not a life coach, we’re a P.A. in the traditional business sense as well as taking care of your lifestyle and relationships. We take care of those necessary but time consuming everyday tasks that make up your life so that you are free to live the life you desire.
Written by Chloe Heselden