So I started to put together my Pisco Sour of life. I put a portion of everything in there that felt good for me. There was my job, my family and friends, my hobbies as well as to learn something new and something I called me time. Once I had all those things divided up into percentages I felt they need to have a reality check. I wrote down the real Pisco Sour of my life. And I found some discrepancies.
Not a nice feeling.
But it is important to look at those carefully and find out what you can do about them. So one discrepancy for me was that the part of learning something new was higher then I wanted it to be and instead the part of Meaning and Culture was a little less. Since I just started the training to be a coach it wasn’t a big surprise that learning had a considerable part. With it, I gave myself a chance to grow on the Meaning and Culture part, since I was missing something on the self-fulfillment.
For me this discrepancy is ok, because I am working towards a goal and it is only temporary. The training course will be over at some point and hopefully enables me to help others make a change in their lives. This will in fact help me to grow a better feeling of self-fulfillment. I know, still a lot of “if” in there, but this is my vision. So I will continue working on my Pisco.
What I have learned:
- Only if you find out about the discrepancies you can work on them
- Everybody has his own Pisco Sour of Life
- Work- Life –Balance, Life-Balance, Pisco Sour of Life- whatever you call it- it is important to live a happy and fulfilled life
So, how does your Pisco taste?
*Egg white(3cl), Lime juice (3cl), Sugar syrup (3cl), Pisco (4cl), Ice cubes (4), Cinnamon and lime for decoration.