News and Articles About Work-Life Balance
Defining and understanding the kind of life you want to lead is the first step to making it happen.
The retailer's pilot program in Japan would allow 10,000 employees to work 10 hours per day, four days per week.
For many people, a beloved job that pays well can make up for outrageous hours that go along with it. But what happens when it is just too much?
Planning your life is all about finding out who you are as a person, what makes you tick, what your values are and what deeply satisfies your soul.
By stepping back from the daily stresses of running a business, entrepreneurs have the opportunity to recharge.
Here are five surefire tips to take the stress out of managing a small business while you're away, drinking piña coladas and kicking back on the beach.
When people know you're 'on your own' they just assume that you have a flexible schedule. Not so much. Try these three tips.
Take time to recharge, and that doesn't mean your cell phone and laptop.
Apps can't run your business for you but they can help keep the avalanche of details from burying you.
When you feel like you're running on empty, think of these three rules for maintaining your sanity and success.
With increased responsibility comes the ability to delegate and organize your schedule in a more effective manner.
People who work seven days a week need to learn about the law of diminishing returns.
The head of a marketing firm writes about managing his business while rushing to parent/teacher conferences.
It sounds great, but raises some questions.