You beat yourself up when you don’t get enough done in the day. You get frustrated and moody and it clouds your vision, keeps you from doing your best work.
I know because I do the same thing… and, for some reason, we’re ALL so naturally bad at work-life balance.
In this episode we dig into a handful of really great (and surprising) ideas about balancing work and life.
Along the way we define 10 specific tactics to actually do this well — to make a bigger dent in your todo list without burning out or building poorly.
We went good and long on this conversation, so we split it into two parts. Enjoy!
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“For some reason we’re ALL so bad at this by nature… 10 tactics to a better work-life balance.”
Millions. Then What? The Lifestyle Business Debate – FZS006 — “There’s a huge debate in the business world about ”lifestyle“ businesses. Is there something deep and true here?”
Romance & Revenue: Big Relationship Tips for Entrepreneurs (FS055) — “You’re not building your business to end up alone and regretful, like some Scrooge in a silent house somewhere.”
I Lost My Motivation, Now What? (FS056) — “If you’re struggling to find motivation, listen to this episode—rich tips to get you out of the muddy waters and back into clarity, focus and direction.”
Alan Watts (AlanWattsDaily) on Twitter — “Sensible people get paid for doing what they enjoy doing.”
The “mind blown” gif Corbett mentions:
50 Cent Is My Life Coach — “Zach Baron spent a month as the hip-hop mogul’s prized pupil, making vision boards, hitting the gym, and reorienting his consciousness, to see if he could get a little bit more like 50”
Bread and Wine: A Love Letter to Life Around the Table with Recipes by Shauna Niequists — “The perfect read for those who love food and value the community and connection of family and friends around the table.”
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen — “Breakthrough methods for stress-free performance.”
““Sensible people get paid for doing what they enjoy doing.” ~ Alan Watts”