This student entrepreneur offers tips a business owner can utilize to maintain a healthy balance between work and personal life.
If you want to have a successful business career, it is critical you have a solid work and home life balance.
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I saw this poster on my train. I work hard to prepare students for life. For many, this includes college. For most, this includes the ability to find a happy balance between personal satisfaction and paying their bills. "Reformers" have outrageously raised the academic standards. Show More Summary
Steven Lake examines the pressures of a multi-tasking world and how we can fight back to save our relationships. The post How Does A Good Man Balance Work, Life, And Technology? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
We've all heard of the illusory work/life balance that books, blogs and the busiest of professionals tell us is attainable — but actually achieving it doesn't feel so simple. It all seems like a classic catch-22: In order to achieveShow More Summary
In the latest "short film" for the perfume Chanel No. 5, model Gisele Bundchen stars as a modern woman struggling to balance work and life. The long commercial begins with Bundchen surfing, while a man — presumably her husband and the father of her daughter — waits forlorn at their palatial beach house. Show More Summary
TI Talks Balancing Work Life With Real Family Hustle
I hear people say all the time: You can't have it all. A fulfilling career? A family? Time for yourself? Not possible. Recent Pew Research studies show that while 66 percent of women rate career as a high priority, 56 percent of working mothers say it's either very or somewhat difficult for them to balance work and family. Show More Summary
Finding the right balance for work and life is difficult. If you find that your work and home life interfere with one another, you might want to try a "work-life integration" mentality instead. Read more...
A new books reveals surprising research about how to maintain work life balance
Make this plan for balance before things get insane at work, and you'll be prepared to face the tough times. We've all been there: A big project comes up that's super important to your company (and your career), and it quickly becomes an all-hands-on-deck situation. Work shifts to priority number one, leaving everything else in your life to fall by the wayside. Read Full Story
Instead of looking at work-life balance, Stew Friedman, author of Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life, recommends looking at integration between work and the other areas of your life. “Balance is bunk,” says the author. Show More Summary
The Monday-through-Friday, nine-to-five is a pipe dream. For employees in "traditional" jobs — office jobs with set, weekday hours — today's status quo of ever-connectedness means that work often creeps into personal life (and vice versa):...Show More Summary
Let’s reverse the order and topple the precarious work/life balance with life work infusion. Work/Life balance has toppled. We failed by putting work first in the equation. Mobile technology has infiltrated home and family time. Balance seemed like an ideal state to achieve yet the blance we sought was never static and often quite precarious. I […]
We all know that saying no is a necessary part of keeping a healthy schedule. Take on too much of others' work and you lose your ability to manage your own life. To get an idea of just how important that balance is, try keeping a "No List" of every time you told someone no. Read more...
This week, the CEO of Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO) made headlines around the world for quitting his $100 million job to spend more time with his family. Mohamed El-Erian made the decision after his 10-year old daughter presented him with 22-point list outlining all the events he had missed during the past year. Show More Summary
Portland is where young people go to retire? No, it's where they work hard, but keep a strong work/life balance
Running a startup (and an investment studio…) is a marathon not a sprint. It will be hard work, and unlike a true marathon there will inevitably be periods when you have to run flat out, but you need to look after yourself if you want to get to the end of the journey. There’s a [...]