As we Learn to grow, we often mis-perceive the bandwidth of our abilities. We mistakenly think we must eliminate our abilities. We mistakenly think we must eliminate or compromise one jungle in order to enter another. But here's the news flash: this isn't either-or! another. Many times people choose what's next at the expense of forsaking what is. You could start a business and keep your career. You could remain on the corporate ladder and pursue completing your college degree. Not either-or but and!
It is possible to add without subtracting. If you add infrastructure to increase, you end up with empires that empower to increase, you end up with empires that empower more than you can imagine! The idea of managing more intimidates some people, because they add by subtracting. Their way is to add this, take away that, and basically trade one for the other. They forget about creative, strategic moves that adapt to and.
Your cup is supposed to run over. It not only overflows with abundance in your own life, but into the lives of those around you. Your ability to juggle multiple worlds directly affects your community- producing new jobs, new ideas, and new universities. Universities? Yes! Not necessarily the institutions of higher learning that typically come to mind, but a collection of people learning from one another.
A university is simply a community of teachers and students, experts and apprentices working together, or as it's expressed in Latin, 'universitas magistrorum et scholarium'. The prevailing notion is that the up-and-comers learn from those ahead of them.
Learning from the masters prevents becoming enslaved! Most highly successful and accomplished people have mastered many worlds, which I'm calling "areas" here. When we look to these people as role models, mentors, and teachers, we receive juggling lessons!
If you use this principle even on a small scale, it will bring order to your chaos and change the way you perceive obstacles on your path. More opportunity emerges when you organize a cluttered life. You be a philanthropic and profitable, work and volunteer, raise children and have a career, if you catch the principle. You can add to what you have without losing what you've accomplished, if you stop holding everything so tightly and simply learn to juggle!-T.D. Jake