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5 Insanely Simple Work-Life Balance Shortcuts From People Who “Have It All”
Make it your responsibility to decide what matters, and when to get it done—no one else is going to determine or prioritize it for you.
Don’t keep separate work and personal calendars or priority lists. (Fast Company likes Clear, if you need an app.)
Frequently take stock of what’s working and what’s not—because it’s always changing. Put that on your calendar.
Schedule time for small, manageable steps in the areas of their life they’ve identified as important instead of just identifying huge, lofty goals.
Focus on and celebrate what does get done, not what falls by the wayside—small or partial steps are better than nothing.
[Image: Flickr user Joe Plocki]

5 Insanely Simple Work-Life Balance Shortcuts From People Who “Have It All”

  • Make it your responsibility to decide what matters, and when to get it done—no one else is going to determine or prioritize it for you.
  • Don’t keep separate work and personal calendars or priority lists. (Fast Company likes Clear, if you need an app.)
  • Frequently take stock of what’s working and what’s not—because it’s always changing. Put that on your calendar.
  • Schedule time for small, manageable steps in the areas of their life they’ve identified as important instead of just identifying huge, lofty goals.
  • Focus on and celebrate what does get done, not what falls by the wayside—small or partial steps are better than nothing.

[Image: Flickr user Joe Plocki]