The last year hasn’t only altered our relationship with work and our work-life balance. It has also changed our ideas about its intrinsic value. An eastern adage says that work is the best entertainment. But what we are getting back to, in a post-pandemic altered worklife, may be a little, just more than an entertainment. This sentiment is echoed […]
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“A job is the work you do and the people you work with and the culture of the place you work. Some of that you can seek out, some of it you can control, but a lot of it just happens organically.”
You Have Control – You Have Freedom Day to Choose
Studies show that a boss’s work-life balance is an important factor in the work-life balance of their employees. And that if all of us can better utilize our downtimes, everyone will likely to be physically and emotionally healthier.
Recommended: The Third Space according to Adam Fraser is the transitional gap in between what we do. It is not what we do that is the most important. It is what we do, in between what we do, that is what’s the most important.