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Creating a perfect Life-Balance is a personal challenge for most people. (Life-Balance is generally called ‘work-life balance’, but not everybody works, and life pressures and demands can be just as intense and challenging as work-related ones).

Try as you may, scheduling doesn’t really work, life is too fluid for that and people are not machines. Also, our goals and aspirations change day by day. Even if you actually have an overarching plan, the chances are that real life will frequently obstruct your best intentions.

But some plans CAN work. As you might expect I’ve worked out my own way of ensuring Life-Balance, and I’m about to share it with you.

It starts with some simple questions and over the next couple of weeks I’ll take you through two more stages that’ll (hopefully), give you everything you need. It’s FREE, all I need from you is for you to be curious about how much you can achieve.

Here is part one of a two part quiz. It will help you by providing some thinking points about what Life-Balance means to you. There are just 10 questions, and they may trigger some ideas about how you can go about improving your Life-Balance for yourself.

Take the Quiz Now: Here is part one

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