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A hectic work schedule demands a strong support system.
If you focus strictly on your career and forget about the relationships you’ve built with friends and family, then you’ll be on a one-way track to burnout.
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You’re never going to have complete certainty about everything at work. You have to make your peace with the fact that there’s only so much you can control.
It’s crucial for your self-care that you learn to adapt when the road ahead is unclear.
There’s no harm in saying “no” to an invitation if you know it will leave you drained for the rest of the week or eat up precious time you could spend on meaningful activities.
Your calendar and inbox can either be your best friends or your worst enemies—it all depends on how you use them:
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The right metric for human performance is effectiveness, not efficiency.
Intentionally decide on the task at hand; intentionally perfect the conditions for working on that task; intentionally treat your body the way it needs to be treated.
Complaining that you don’t have enough time is not getting to the root problem. It may be that you’re lousy at time management. Admit to yourself that there is enough time -- you just don’t know how to get the most out of it. Now, you can start improving your time management.
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Working parents tend to focus all their energy on work or family and put their own needs on hold. With the current crisis, parents have even less time for their own needs while they juggle work and family life.
But the benefits of taking care of ourselves are undeniable. And while we know ...
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