Posts tagged with “worklifebalance”

I’ve spent 2 years living abroad in Airbnbs. Here’s what I’ve learned.

In 2014, I claimed travel is not only possible, but cheaper, healthier, & more productive than living at home. 2 years & 13 countries later — was I right?

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What Would You Tell Yourself About Balance in Your First Year of Business?

In your first year as an entrepreneur, it feels like you need to be running at 110%, all the time. But is that sustainable? Or necessary? Or even helpful?

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Are you working in your “Goldilocks Zone”? Or are you headed for burnout?

If you don’t get enough done? You feel like shit. Work too much? You feel like shit. How can you stay happy and avoid burnout? Find the Goldilocks Zone.

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I Want Out: What to Do When We Feel Stuck and We Want to Start Over

What to do when we find ourselves feeling stuck or without a clear sense of direction. HINT: We don’t necessarily need to burn it all down and start over.

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Why We Work: Are We Just Working for Work’s Sake?

It’s easy to forget that we weren’t put on this planet to punch a clock. Do you remember why you work a job in the first place?

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Overtime: How to Lose Your Employees and Kill Your Business

The way many businesses approach pressing deadlines is terrifying. It’s also, ironically, one of the least effective ways to meet deadlines.

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How to Know If You’ve Joined a Cult

Are our most valuable qualities being exploited at work to form bad habits that — if we don’t change soon — just might kill us?

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Take a Break

On Thursday I went a full day where I left my phone and computer at home. Would you believe me if I told you I was more productive than usual this week?

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