One of the biggest problems today is the feeling of being pulled in different directions. We strive to achieve everything and more, but things never truly get done. We’re surrounded by messages telling us to work harder, do more, get more, and be more.
Here’s the truth: you have to let go of that mindset. More is not more. More is busy. And busy for too long leads to burnout.
In our last blog we debunked that balance is the answer to the day-to-day struggle of entrepreneurs and top-level professionals who want to live a full life while giving their all at work.
There’s a flaw in the notion of balanc
Work-life balance is a hot topic these days. Everyone seems to be talking about how difficult it is to find a balance between work and the rest of life. Is balance really the goal we should be striving to achieve? Does balance give the answer to the day-to-day struggle of entrepreneurs and top-level professionals who want to live a full life while giving their all at work?
In September 2018, before COVID-19, organizational psychologist Adam Grant tweeted -
“Work-life balance sets an unrealistic expectation of keeping different roles in steady equilibrium. Instead, strive for work-life rhythm. Each week has a repeating pattern of beats—job, family, friends, health, hobbies—that vary in accent and durati