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HBR Guide to Work-Life Balance

; Stewart D. Friedman ; Elizabeth Grace Saunders ; Peter Bregman ; Daisy Wademan Dowling

Stop running on empty.

Every day you juggle the many components that fill your life. Between work and family commitments, volunteer work, hobbies, and managing your physical and mental health, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and that you're letting someone down or neglecting some aspect of your life. Les mer
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(Paperback)
Leveringstid: Sendes innen 21 dager
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Stop running on empty.

Every day you juggle the many components that fill your life. Between work and family commitments, volunteer work, hobbies, and managing your physical and mental health, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and that you're letting someone down or neglecting some aspect of your life. But you can find ways to honor all of your commitments without collapsing.

The HBR Guide to Work-Life Balance will help you:



Evaluate and adjust your priorities
Manage expectations
Set and spend your time budget
Make plans--and backup plans
Understand how to make trade-offs
Prioritize self-care
Discover what works for you

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