What's the center of your world?
What or who gets most of your attention?
Whatever it is, it's most likely where you derive your value and what makes you feel successful.
But what about the other stuff?
What about self-care, cultivating meaningful relationships, downtime, hobbies and recreational activities?
Are your fundamental needs being satiated?
If not, the imbalance of your approach will keep you from enjoying, feeling rewarded by and sustaining the center of your world.
There's no "finding" a balance, balance is created by way of intentional efforts.
The key is to begin in your mind first by expanding your definition of success to include whatever else is important to you.
Then, get after it!
It should feel really uncomfortable, like you're outside the center of your world.
That's called courage!
The center of your world is great...though the edges are where transformation occurs.
"Life begins at the end of your comfort zone." Neale Donald Walsch