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4 Steps to Developing a Work Moderation Plan That Works For You

Work moderation

Work moderation

Work moderation is a broad framework plan that gives time and thought to your work in proportion to other activities in your life.

It provides maximum flexibility and balance in work, play, relationship, and self.

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Everybody has an inner critic
Everybody has an inner critic

Our inner critic is the voice from inside our heads, that always puts us under a microscope.

Its "job" is to find and accentuate our failures.

You can’t get rid of your inner critic

But it is in your power to develop a relationship with it.

Think of your inner critic as a part of you, not all of you. This gives you distance from it and keeps you from attacking yourself.

Personifying Confidence

Give to the voice of Confidence more of the time you were giving to your inner Critic, letting it acknowledge your accomplishments and positive qualities.

You can try imagining Confidence sitting across from you in a chair, as you listen to what it has to say.

An Unbalanced Life

We live in a culture where work demands our complete allegiance. At the same time, it can be extremely enriching. You feel challenged by your work, you're attached to it, you're learning new things.

But, it is harmful to live an unbalanced life with too much focus on work and never truly being 'off'. It is detrimental to your relationships, your health, and your productivity.

Redefine Success

Reconsider how you define success. Workaholics are always aiming to get ahead. But you also need to draw a boundary line that shows respect for your family life, and your physical and spiritual well-being.

Refocus Your Attention

After you have redefined success, consider how you want to invest your time and energy. 

There will always be more work to be done, but make a choice to spend your time elsewhere: with family, friends, or in your community. And when you spend time with your family or friends, do so with undivided attention.

Write a vision

Write down exactly what you want your life to look like. Put it where you can see it every day. However, it is not set in stone. You can change it along the way.

Examine your current life

See how much of your life already matches your vision.  

You want to keep those things and remember that part of your vision is already happening.

Define your core values

Every decision you make about your life should reflect those values.