Believe it or not, minding your business contributes to your mental health, amongst other things. I am a proponent of looking at a new logic. So one of the reasons that you want to mind your business is that you have more control when looking at what you’re doing instead of what someone else is doing—doing so can you be double-minded or triple-minded. You’re all over the place in your thoughts, which is chaotic. When you are single-minded, you can take the time to fix what’s going on in your life.
You will also find an increase in the focus of what you’re doing. So if you’re focusing on your actions, you’re able to set an example without words. We want to ensure that we’re not imposing our opinions, thoughts, and perspectives on someone without first asking their permission. The best way to give great advice is by how you live your life.
When you mind your business, you’ll have more time each day. If you get involved in someone else’s business, you’ll have a lot less time to focus on your life. Your time is a resource for you. And when you’re are minding your business, you are invested in the most significant investment -YOU!
I go into greater detail in this week’s podcast. You may listen at linktr.ee/coachkourtneyk
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