Section 4: Pulling It All Together
“What’s Your Focus … All About Energy … Finalizing Your Personal Work-Life Plan … Personal Work-Life Plan … Commitment to Action … Rounding Out Knowledge … Final Section Checklist”
- Section 4: Pulling It All Together > All About Energy (18 min.) > Voices of Work-Life
Section 4: Pulling It All Together > All About Energy (18 min.) > Voices of Work-Life
- My best tip for work-life effectiveness is to draw boundaries so that your work doesn’t become all-consuming.
- So I maintain work-life effectiveness, in an environment like today where you can be working any time, by discipline.
- Well, you’re not going produce as good a work when you’re hungry or tired as you are when you’re happy and feeling rested and at your best.
- One of the biggest tips for me with work-life efficiency is that I try never to feel guilty when I have to adjust my work schedule to accommodate my personal-life demands.
- I try never to feel put upon when I have to adjust my personal life to accommodate work demands.
- My best productivity tip is to sort of know when you work best.
- I learned, in a work environment, that even if you come in in the morning and you have the best of intentions for your to-do list, many other things are going to come across your desk, many other fires will come up.
- The most important thing you can do when you’re remote is to speak up and let your manager know what your interests are, where you see yourself, and what you want to be working on, and ask to be apprised of what’s going on in your organization, so that you can take advantage of some of those opportunities.
- By working for an employer that supports flexible work arrangements, there’s a couple of things that happen.
- For me personally, what that translates to is that there is no guilt for doing any of those things because I know I’m getting my work done.