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PowerTips TV Throw-back Thursday: 4 Tips for Better Work-Life Balance

Since so many of us are trying to escape for a Summer vacation (some succeeding better than others) this week’s throw-back episode focuses on work/life balance.

In a Harvard Business School survey, 94% of working professionals reported working more than 50 hours per week and nearly half said they worked more than 65 hours per week. Health experts agree that the pressure from an unbalanced life can affect your personal relationships, health and outlook on life.

In this week’s episode Victoria covers 4 tips for improving your work/life balance. Enjoy!

 

 

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This week’s episode of PowerTips TV is inspired by Roundtables member Herb Lagois of Lagois Design Build Renovate in Ottawa. Herb used the Ask Your Burning Question page to request that I give some work-life balance tips. I’m happy to oblige, Herb!

So, whether you are understaffed and have way too many hats to wear, or you simply love what you do so much that you can’t unplug, these four tips will help you bring a little more balance to your daily routine.

What about you?

What other things have you done to assure you’re putting a little more “life” into your life? Please share your tips in the comments below!

 

About Dave Kelley

Dave has more than 30 years of successful experience in marketing, business development, business ownership and management. Most recently, Dave owned a marketing consultancy in the Baltimore/Washington area helping businesses make the transition from traditional forms of advertising to more progressive ways of marketing themselves through the implementation of a Digital Marketing Strategy.

Dave joined Remodelers Advantage in May 2017.

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  • Buck Reilly

    I had a bad habit of telling my wife, “I’m about to leave” and getting caught up in a task for another half hour before leaving. I realized it was an inconsiderate habit and decided I needed to commit to being home at a certain time everyday. I set a daily reminder on my phone telling me to go home and I pay attention to it. That last email is much less important than my wife’s happiness!