How to Stay Balanced In Life

How to stay balanced in life is a question that should be on our minds. This is particularly true when we recognize the connection between having proper balance and truly abundant living.

If you’ve ever wondered why more people don’t become wealthy, Doug Andrew has the answers you seek.

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In this week’s broadcast, Doug shares his take on why staying balanced is essential to enjoying what he calls authentic, 3 dimensional wealth.

HERE’S A SNAPSHOT OF A FEW OF THE IDEAS YOU’LL HEAR COVERED IN THIS WEEK’S BROADCAST:

  • Why is it that true success comes from focusing on moving forward in all critical aspects of life? Doug relates why we’d be wise not to hyper-focus on just one or two areas?
  • Would you like to take the wobble out of your life? Doug’s analogy of a 3 legged stool is a perfect illustration of what authentic balance looks like.
  • How is touching all the bases so essential to winning a baseball game? Learn how this same principle can be applied to making a “home run” in our daily lives.
  • What do we mean by foundational assets and why are they so essential to 3 dimensional wealth? Doug explains how our heritage,our family and our talents are assets we cannot overlook.
  • Do you know what your intellectual assets are and how to protect them? Discover why money alone isn’t enough to help us stay balanced in life.
  • Why is it important to leave the world a better place than we found it? Hitting a home run financially won’t really matter if we ignore the other essential bases in our lives.
  • And much, much more…

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