Maintaining a good work-life balance

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Even though summer has started it may be difficult for many people to even think about going for a vacation. Easy living, adventure, and travel seem like a faraway dream as people worry more about moving ahead in their career and earning more. Many people in business think that working nonstop is like a badge of honor.

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What many people don’t realize is that they can be more productive in the long run by freeing up their schedules to relax and unwind from time to time. Just like muscles that require both periods of stress and periods of rest to buff up, people also need some down time to perform at their best when they need to. Otherwise, there are risks of burning out, getting sick, or simply failing to live up to their full potential because of the work-life imbalance.

 

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If it’s difficult to imagine taking a break from work, some experts recommend taking a different viewpoint on the matter of work-life balance. Rather than finding a good balance between one’s work and the rest of one’s life, it may be better to think that one’s work is a vital part of one’s life. In this way, people can start to think that all their actions are interconnected: when they take time to improve on the other aspects of their lives, their passion and motivation for work can also improve significantly.

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This entry was published on June 30, 2014 at 12:11 pm. It’s filed under Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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