The Complete Guide for Balance & Harmony F.O.C.U.S. Journal
A Focus Journal to keep you focused everyday. And also journal your thoughts. As you read the book and go deeper with the workbook, utilize The Complete Guide for Balance & Harmony F.O.C.U.S. Journal (introduced in Chapter 11 of the The Complete Guide for Balance & Harmony). The focus journal is a way to focus on daily and weekly goals that lead you to achieve yearly and life goals. If you prefer, you can order the F.O.C.U.S. Journal on Amazon.
Using the Journal
The Complete Guide for Balance & Harmony F.O.C.U.S. Journal holds a special place in The Complete Guide for Balance & Harmony OWL Kit. When you F.O.C.U.S., find organizational clarity utilizing simplicity. As a steering wheel, it guides your activities allowing you to be more productive with a focus on balance.
As discussed in chapter two of the book, “to be fully productive and stress free within the 360² perspective, each of your life components and the environments you maintain need to be in harmony. Think of harmony as an orderly arrangement of the parts of your lives that creates a whole pleasing to you.
“Balance is not about equality of time or effort expended on any one part of life. In addition, it’s about maintaining an arrangement where excessive emphasis on one part does not create stress in another. Which will lead to a discordant, unsatisfying, and stressful whole.” This means it is important to assess where you are with your overall balance. As well as all the little details that affect your overall balance.
There are a total of sixteen week’s worth of journal pages allowing time to practice the F.O.C.U.S. method. Within the focus journal, you will find your scoreboard for each day while you are pursuing to establish a 360² balance between work, home and you. It is a way to stay accountable and focused on what is most important while connecting to the bigger goals on your Balance & Harmony 360² Transformation Map. There are five day’s worth of daily goals followed by one page of weekend goals that provide a space at the top for your three F.O.C.U.S. areas and a space underneath for what needs done, what needs deleted, and what needs delegated.
When focusing on your goals, take into consideration what your balance chart looks like when it comes to your balance. If feeling less balanced in one area, you will know thats an area that needs focus the next week.
If you decide you want the books and tools, you can purchase the The Complete Guide for Balance & Harmony OWL Kit here utilizing the OWL (Optimize With focus. to Liberate) method. It’s part of a three part book series that includes The Complete Guide for Balance & Harmony, The Complete Guide for Balance & Harmony Workbook, and The Complete Guide for Balance & Harmony F.O.C.U.S. Journal that also includes five supplemental products including a Balance Box, Transfer Cards, What is On Your Plate, Balance & Harmony 360²Transformation Map, and a Balance & Harmony 360² Energy Map. The entire kit allows you to find organizational clarity utilizing simplicity!
When fully practiced, it enables you to embrace change and enhance your life—looking beyond the apparent to the self-existent reality. Melinda mentions in the book, “The owl is a symbolic representation of the ability to see what others do not see and often do not want to see. The owl is a reminder of the need to look beyond appearances into the true reality of a situation. We all know in our hearts, appearances can be deceiving. Seeing things as they really are, instead of what we would like them to be, serves as a foundation for a personal and business transformation.” Organize your life today!
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About the Author
Melinda Smith, CPO® with a background in education, has worked with companies and individuals for over 25 years. She’s conducted workshops across the East Coast that included over 60 cities in 19 states. With a focus on Strategic Thinking, Teambuilding, and Organization. As well as Balance Strategies, Stress Management, and Embracing Change. Melinda was one of the first 200 in the nation to achieve a Certified Professional Organizer status and is a graduate of the Western School of Feng Shui (pronounced Fung Shway).