The First Step to Mastering Work Life Balance

Jan 7, 2019 | Executive Coaching Blogs, Life Coaching Blogs, Team Training

Clients keep asking me about work life balance. How do we create that flow? That sway? What’s that kind of lifestyle really look like?

We all want in on that action. But it’s a personal question, right? So it’s not that easy to answer. There are lots of factors in play! You’ve got your career, relationships, family, spiritual health, physical health, the list goes on.

If you’re ready to settle in to 2019 with some good reflection time, this video is for you. In it, I’m sharing the bigger, better question that I think we should be pondering.

Once you’ve watched the video, go ahead and pass it along to a favorite colleague or friend (or frolleague!). 

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