Beyond Juggling: Rebalancing Your Busy Life
Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2002 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
Do you feel overcommitted, overworked and overtired? For many, juggling the ever-increasing demands at work and home can lead to exhaustion and frustration. This book provides five strategies that don't require hyperactive time management or drastic career downshifting. It can help you craft a realistic rebalancing plan tailored to your career and life needs. The self-assessment instruments included in the book will help you pinpoint the work-life strategy (or strategies) you are currently using. The additional quizzes and checklists can help you reduce the dissonance between your professional and personal lives to achieve the balance you crave.
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