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Creating Holiday Work-Life Balance at Work

Creating a holiday work-life balance can seem beyond impossible. Indeed, work-life balance at any time is a challenge. But for many businesses, the 4th quarter means closing out the fiscal year, meeting sales quotas and deadlines, and setting budgets and plans for the upcoming year. Meanwhile, on the home front, there are family gatherings, winter […]

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Work-life balance

Finding Work-life Balance: How to Beat the Ultimate Guilt Trip

Finding work-life balance – welcome to the ultimate no-win guilt trip. Too much work time, and you wonder, “What am I missing? What am I working for? When will I be able to live? And what if I die tomorrow?” And in the midst of leisure, the nagging little voice says, “You’re falling behind. Associates […]

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Setting priorities for the summer

Setting Priorities: How to Make Room on Your Plate

What are your priorities? Now that we’re on picnic and party season, setting priorities and work-life balance become more important than ever. At picnics, the top priority is to have room on your paper plate for “the good stuff.” This might be the BBQ ribs, or grandma’s potato salad, or homemade peach cobbler. Here, the […]

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Work-life Balance – 7 Quick Tips to Take Control

  Get on Track with Work-life Balance.   Work-life balance can drive you crazy. There never seems to be enough time to do the things we want to do. Things take twice as long as we anticipate. And regardless of the number of hours spent on the job, there is always more that could be done. […]

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Set priorities for success

Priorities: How to Get What You Really Want

What are your priorities? What do you want to accomplish in your career, in your relationships, for your family, for yourself? What is your plan for achieving your priorities? Are your time, money and efforts focused on getting what you really want? Time passes too quickly. Good intentions often are marooned on “Someday Isle.” “Someday, […]

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