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Forget Balance, Find Harmony

Forget Balance, Find Harmony

I think people who say it’s all about work-life balance are wrong. I value finding passion and harmony in my work by being connected to and caring about my team and my customers and making a big difference in their lives. I would burn out way faster working five hours a day at a job that was hurting my soul than I would working 15 hours a day at a job that's feeding my soul.

—Dan Price, Gravity Payments

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