Episode 38: Beliefs That Keep You From Balance with Naphtali Roberts

How to Balance Work Life With Home Life for Entrepreneurs

The fine line to balance work life alongside your family, hobbies, and self care is never easy to find. As entrepreneurs, it’s easy to slip into “all work mode” and sacrifice everything else for the success of your business.

But if you have no time or energy to enjoy your life or the people you love, can it really be called ‘success’? I believe it’s possible to live in balance between your work and your life and still to scale your business to 7 figures.

Today’s podcast guest, Naphtali Roberts, therapist and life and business coach, shares a CORE distinction to make when choosing your daily/monthly priorities. These will make or break the difference between balance and unhealthy work mode.

Naphtali’s Top Tips on How to Balance Your Work Life With Your Non-Work Life

  • Naphtali is a fourth generation entrepreneur and she shares how she never wanted to own her own business, but when she became a mother, she naturally found her way into entrepreneurship as a marriage and family therapist and fell in love!
  • We discuss living a balanced life and what that looks like. Naphtali says that a balanced life is a life full of the things that you prioritize. It’s not full of the things that don’t matter to you.
  • “You can do anything you want to do!” Naphtali shares why she doesn’t really believe in that and how that messaging created a limiting belief in her life. It made her feel like she was a failure if she tried something that didn’t align with who she really was. You can’t have everything, but you can have everything that is important to YOU and aligns with YOU!
'Having that knowledge of who you are is such a core piece of having balance.' - Naphtali Roberts #scaletosevenClick To Tweet
  • Are you in alignment in your business and with yourself? Naphtali and I talk about idealizing someone that we can’t possibly measure up to. Do the things that align with what feels right for you.
'What expectation am I putting on myself that doesn't align and what belief or fear is driving me there?' - Naphtali Roberts #scaletosevenClick To Tweet
  • We also talk about some common beliefs in hiring a coach. There is no one way to create success. It’s best to find a coach that will walk with you on this journey, versus telling you what needs to be done.
'The point of coaching is to get all of the thoughts and beliefs out and reorganizing them.' - Naphtali Roberts #scaletosevenClick To Tweet
  • Naphtali gives us tips on what to do when your limiting beliefs start overwhelming your thoughts and stop you from living a balanced life.

About The Guest:

Naphtali Roberts is a life and business coach, therapy practice owner, wife to a creative entrepreneur, and mother to 3 little kids. She wants to live in a world where the pain of the busyness stops feeling more comfortable than the unknown of letting ourselves notice and feel our feelings, our fears, and seeing where we aren’t in alignment in our life and business. She loves walking with amazing entrepreneurs and creatives as they transform their lives and businesses through the process of On Purpose. She also launched The Everyday Mind Podcast where she explores mindfulness and living a life of purpose. She answers this question:

Is it possible to be mindful when you can’t even find time to go to the bathroom alone?

Listen to today’s episode to find tips on balancing your work life so you can still run a highly profitable business, and also live a life that lets you enjoy that high level of success!

Where to Find Naphtali Online:

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