To understand others, we must understand ourselves first. Self-awareness is a major part of living a life on purpose and it’s easier said than done. But it is possible. It just takes a little commitment, self-reflection and a willingness to dig deep.
Conceptually we all understand that self care is necessary to our long term health, vitality and wellbeing however the reality for most of us is that it all too often becomes yet another to-do on an endless list of to-do items.
As the year draws nearer to an end I find myself in a reflective mood, thinking about the road I have travelled, and how that has not only shaped me as a person, but also opened up before me amazing vistas of the future that awaits.
“Too many people die with their music still in them.” as tragic as this observation is, the real tragedy in my view is the increasing number of people whose music has died long before they have, at the hands of professional burnout.