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The Energy Spectrum Of Work-Life Balance

Energy can be described as a feeling you have, a charged or emotional thought you have, the way your body feels, or even the way the room feels in a meeting. You have energy. Your team has energy. The company, your family, and the world have energy. Each person's and each team's energy mingles and mixes together and has a resulting impact -- sometimes positive, sometimes negative, and sometimes neutral.
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