Can I ask you a tough question?
If you discovered that your household is a war zone and your marriage is on life support, improving your family relationships should be a major priority in 2021.
You CAN eliminate the stress, create better boundaries, and bring more balance to your family life.
But first, let’s figure out where you are. It’s the first step to creating a plan for improving your future.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your family relationships? If you answer “1,” that means low/bad/least true, while answering “10” means “high/good/most true”:
• I would rate my current family situation ____
• We eat at least one meal per day together as a family ____
• My immediate and extended family is functional ____
• Thinking of family makes me feel happy ____
• I am honest with my family members ____
• I work hard at being a better family member ____
• I set aside personal time with my family, without phones ____
• My family is loving, patient, supportive and respectful ____
• I hold no hurt feelings toward any family members ____
• I feel I spend enough time with my family to meet their needs ____
When I first read the book Oola: Finding Balance in an Unbalanced World, its authors—Dr. Dave Braun and Dr. Troy Amdahl—recommended strategies for improving family life. “Family” is one of The 7 F’s of Oola: a proven formula for living a life of less stress, more balance and greater purpose.
As a Certified Oola Life Coach, I help clients not only create goals across all 7 areas of life, but also prioritize their tasks and—most importantly—stay accountable to accomplishing them week by week. In fact, I’ve joined forces with Dave and Troy to bring my followers the Oola formula via a 10-week coaching experience designed to transform your life, your finances, your relationships and more. Message me and we can jump on a call about it.