Balance might feel like one of the most unattainable things right now, thanks to the ongoing effects of a pandemic and our definition of “normal” changing (what feels like) every day. But it’s important to remember: balance is just as important today as it was a year ago. Balance has never and will never stop being something that deserves priority in our lives.
When life is uncertain and full of fear of what tomorrow will bring, our default knee jerk reaction might be to go all in and push ourselves hard, usually with work, because it feels like we are doing something. But that’s a dangerous game to play. Especially in a pandemic, you have to know when it’s OK to push yourself and when you need to pump the brakes and slow down.
Shae Bynes, co-founder of Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur and author of Grace Over Grind: How Grace Will Take Your Business Where Grinding Can’t, knows all about balance and when it’s out of whack. She joins the podcast to share three tips she’d give any woman in the workforce who is struggling to bring order to her life.
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Shae Bynes is a passionate storyteller and strategist who ignites and equips leaders to be catalysts for transformation in their spheres of influence. Shae co-founded the Kingdom Driven Entrepreneur movement in 2012 and her most popular book Grace Over Grind: How Grace Will Take Your Business Where Grinding Can’t is shifting the way people live, work, and engage the world around them. Whether she is sharing on platforms publicly or consulting privately, you can expect Shae to deliver an abundance of truth with love, grace, and contagious joy. Shae lives in the Fort Lauderdale, Florida area with her husband and three daughters.