News and Articles About Work-Life Balance
Not getting enough sleep? Sleep on these three eye-opening TED Talks about shuteye and discover the secrets to sleeping your way to the top (literally).
Business is the ultimate sport, so learn what it takes to create lasting success.
Even if you truly derive great pleasure from your work, you need to have some downtime.
Former PIMCO chief Mohamed El-Erian, who reportedly earned $100 million in 2011 alone, said he prioritized the wrong things, so he quit his job to focus on parenthood.
The 'nicest' Shark says that with great success comes great sacrifice -- specifically downtime. The one exception he has to make: his kids.
Conventional wisdom says entrepreneurs should never give up. But after much reflection, I realized this was wrong.
It's not about how many brute hours you rack up -- it's about how effective you are at replenishing mental resources.
The billionaire will allow employees to take time off whenever they want and without prior approval -- provided they still get their work done.
Most people experience burnout at least once in their life. Some of us experience it multiple times. Heres how you can avoid it altogether.
A serial entrepreneur explains how he traded sales for sails for a year and won a new lease on life.
Entrepreneurs are often caught in a bind trying to prioritize between personal health and the needs of their companies. Here are some tips on making everyday life less stressful.
These first-hand tips can keep up both morale and productivity.
For entrepreneurs, staying connected is no longer an advantage but an absolute necessity. Here are some tools to keep you plugged in at all times.
You're a hard-driving entrepreneur. But what should you do now if your work life has turned into your whole life?
Checking your office emails at midnight is bad for your health and relationships, and not really all that efficient.
These little tips can make you a happier, healthier and more productive person.
Assess what you're trying to accomplish in life beyond making money at your company. Otherwise you might be headed for trouble when life catches up with you.
Tolstoy never ran a business and faced a world different from ours. But entrepreneurs can learn a lot from him.
Set yourself up for success by doing these five things every single day.
Building a long-term, healthy and sustainable business isn't the result of magic, but understanding the importance of adapting and growing.
Entrepreneurial growing pains take a toll on work and domestic life but aim to give the balancing act a go.
Forget 9 to 5: Eighteen percent of full-time employees work more than 60 hours per week, according to the analytics company's latest Work and Education Survey.
Work and family are the world's original exercise in multitasking.
Mindfulness may sound like the latest buzzword, but the centuries-old notion of enjoying the present moment is more than trendy philosophy. In practice it can do wonders to enhance productivity and happiness in the workplace.
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