Work-Life Balance

Protect Knowledge Workers From Relentless Schedules
Inspiring Your Team

Protect Knowledge Workers From Relentless Schedules

Teams that enjoy work-life balance get more done.
Mercedes De Luca
Working More Hours Leads to Burnout, Not More Productivity
Work-Life Balance

Working More Hours Leads to Burnout, Not More Productivity

Working fewer hours improves your productivity by allowing you to experience that part of your existence knows as 'your life.'
Jonathan Long
The Simple Trick This CEO Uses to Prevent Burnout
20 Questions

The Simple Trick This CEO Uses to Prevent Burnout

For our series '20 Questions' Jack Groetzinger, CEO and co-founder of event ticket search engine SeatGeek discusses his secret for staying on task and how work-life balance isn't real.
Grace Reader
8 Fireproof Tips for Avoiding Business Burnout
Burnout

8 Fireproof Tips for Avoiding Business Burnout

Love what you do, and do it the best you can. But know when to take a break.
Chelsea Berler
This Is What Employees Believe Makes a Great Leader
Inspiring Your Team

This Is What Employees Believe Makes a Great Leader

Glassdoor has released findings of a new study examining what shapes employee satisfaction and ultimately, CEO approval ratings.
Lydia Belanger
Let's Stop Fetishizing Entrepreneurs' Hours
The Grind

Let's Stop Fetishizing Entrepreneurs' Hours

Working 18-hour days is not a badge of honor. Instead of being a success strategy, it will only lead to fatigue and burn out.
Adina Grigore
This CEO Says the Key to Being a Good Boss Is Getting Out of the Way
20 Questions

This CEO Says the Key to Being a Good Boss Is Getting Out of the Way

For our series '20 Questions' Aaron Hirschhorn, CEO and co-founder of DogVacay, talks about how he connects with his family, how he stays focused and more.
Grace Reader
8 Things Entrepreneurs Need to Do Daily to Care for Themselves
Lifestyle

8 Things Entrepreneurs Need to Do Daily to Care for Themselves

If you want to succeed in business, you first have to succeed in life.
Neil Patel
The Internet Is Bad Brain Food and Other Vacation Learnings
Vacations

The Internet Is Bad Brain Food and Other Vacation Learnings

It's critical to recharge your battery, to do your best for yourself and your business, so unplugging for a period of time is necessary.
Carol Roth
How to Deal With These 4 Employee Frustrations
Managing Employees

How to Deal With These 4 Employee Frustrations

The key to earning the trust of your team is letting employees know you care.
Heather R. Huhman
Answer These 10 Questions To Determine if You Need To Slow Down
Work-Life Balance

Answer These 10 Questions To Determine if You Need To Slow Down

Working too hard may sound like an oxymoron, but it's real, and addictive.
Morag Barrett
4 Tips for a Happy Exit From the Company You Founded and Love
Exit Strategies

4 Tips for a Happy Exit From the Company You Founded and Love

Selling your startup is something to celebrate. Complaining dishonors the awesomeness of the journey.
Simon Cohen
5 Things Parents Worry Will Cost Them Their Jobs
Parenting

5 Things Parents Worry Will Cost Them Their Jobs

From schlepping your kid to the doctor, to staying home on sick duty, these are the mama and papa dramas that keep us off the clock.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
How This Olympian, Soldier, Dad and Entrepreneur Does it All
Radicals & Visionaries

How This Olympian, Soldier, Dad and Entrepreneur Does it All

For this week's '20 Questions' series we talk to Staff Sgt. John Nunn who is taking a break from his cookie business to head to Rio to compete in the upcoming Olympics.
Grace Reader