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Setting boundaries is critical to achieving a work-life balance. Make sure you set specific work hours and have a firm understanding of when you should be finishing your work each day. Everyone needs time to decompress and recover from work-related stress. Unplug from your work phone, calendar, and laptop when you are not working. Here are 7 Tips to Achieve a Work-Life Balance 1. Create Goals.

Create both long-term and short-term goals to fill up your life (in a good way). When you define these 2. Write Things Down. Sticky notes and an app on my phone called Evernote keep my. A healthy lifestyle is essential to coping with stress and to achieving work-life balance.

Eat well, include physical activity in your daily routine and get enough sleep. In addition, aim to: Relax. Regularly set aside time for activities that you enjoy, such as practicing yoga, gardening or reading.

Because there are a handful of people who recognize the value of personal time. Just like your work timings, your personal life timings are equally important. Set firm boundaries about your availability and learn to respect them.

Don’t check emails or answer work calls when you are off the clock. Pro tips to boost your work-life balance: ● It is okay to take some time off your work! It is high time we realise that work is not everything and let’s not prioritise it over our social lives.

Don’t add more time to the schedule. Just replace a job assignment with a pleasurable task. In other words, replace tedious work habits with a healthy work-life balance activity. Taking care of one’s body is the number one job task. It’s easy to get burnout if not managed.

CNBC says burnout is the top cause of a business failing. Here’s what you should do to achieve a healthy work-life balance: Get enough rest and exercise. It’s easier to maintain other healthy habits if you’re well rested and physically feeling good.

Learn how to effectively manage your time and clearly separate work from personal life. Benefits of Healthy Work Life Balance. By understanding the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance, anyone will get motivated to take the necessary steps for achieving this balance.

Work-Life balance is advantageous for the employees and organization as well. Here’s a look at how social media managers can achieve a healthy work-life balance and set boundaries at work. I have good news and bad news. The good news: You can create a work-life balance. No matter how crazy your personal mix of circumstances, there is an answer out there.

The bad news: You might have to try a lot of things to find the. Follow these steps to create a healthy work life balance: Limit perfectionism and over-achieving. Leave tasks and projects at work.

Care for your physical and mental health. Participate in leisure activities you enjoy. Spend time with the people you care about.

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As a good work– life balance becomes more difficult to achieve, some important components of a healthy lifestyle—such as adequate sleep, healthy meals, and exercise—begin to suffer.

“Prisoners of Our Thoughts: Viktor Frankl's Principles for Discovering Meaning in Life and Work” by Alex Pattakos
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Balancing work Figure 2.3 Relationship between work/life balance and job stress

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In an ideal world, you will find a workplace that supports a healthy work–life balance and provides sufficient income for you to pursue your personal and family goals, achieving a work–life balance that works for you.

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by Elsevier
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

Work balance consists of working on enough of the things you love to do to balance out the things you dislike doing but have to put up with at your workplace.

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Whether this is working around children and family or for personal satisfaction, flexibility can help improve work–life balance.

“Community Health and Wellness: Principles of primary health care” by Jill Clendon, Ailsa Munns
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by Jill Clendon, Ailsa Munns
Elsevier Health Sciences APAC, 2018

Work-Life balance is about creating supportive, healthy work environments for employees who are striving to better integrate their work and personal responsibilities.

“Human Resource Management (2 Vols.)” by H.L. Kaila
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Maintaining healthy work-life boundaries is key to preventing burnout.

“The School Psychologist's Survival Guide” by Rebecca Branstetter
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Work–life balance means balancing work and career ambitions on the one side, and home, family, leisure and spiritual pursuits on the other.

“Mindfulness For Dummies” by Shamash Alidina
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The more you work with 1:1:1, the more you may find opportunities to balance every part of your life, and I believe that more balance always leads to less stress.

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Maintain balance among work, wellness, relationships, community involvement, professional associations, friendships, hobbies, and interests.

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  • The Acceleration Addiction sounds a lot like an economic concept called the Law of Diminishing Returns. And the time or energy that you give up in exchange for something else is called the Opportunity Cost. Hope these concepts are supplemental to someone’s self-improvement!

  • If companies follow labor laws and don’t operate under staff, value people than money. When all you bloody fucking capitalists die. Only then work life balance is possible.

  • I just realized I have FOMO, I heard the term some moths ago and at first it seemed odd, like that wouldn’t happen to me, well… I guess I was wrong

  • Work forcefully takes all my burners, but what pushes me to keep working is time. Many successful people say, “If you want to be successful. You have to make sacrifices.”

  • playing mobile games make me happy (which I again thing its a waste of time), so do I have to include this in my list of things that makes me happy?

  • I dont think there is such thing. And if it is there truly that belongs to the uninspired block not the enthusiastic block who knows whats their priority. But it is also individual perspective.

  • Much respect to you talking about the vulnerabilities that you (and almost everyone) faced jealousy, acceleration addiction, and attaching materialistic parameters to succes

  • WOW! Every single video is making me productive by so much! Not to mention the production value makes it fun to watch… Your amazing! Thank you for helping others

  • This guy has the guts to refuse compromise in his well being and that of his family, the guts to stand up for himself and go his own way. And if you don’t have that as a human being it’s probable that at the end of your life you’ll feel like nothing you did during it really had any worth.

  • Does anyone know if Frank has a video on workspace management when your leisure hobbies and work are on the same computer hence the same place.

  • Someone gave me a job offer with salary 300000 a year. But it is going to consume my life. There will be no days off. A working day is irregular shift with 12 hours plus.
    I may end up with divorce. My children is not going to know who I am.

  • Amazing content! I love how much research and thought you put into your strategies and advises, and I am honestly impressed by the video editing, it really gives your words that extra strength and it pushes me (and others) to get up and start doing stuff. I think I am going to spam my best friend with your videos ��

  • Create obligations (keep improving. Make tiny changes each time. Not necessary for hobbies)
    Identify external sources of pressure. Make a list of what makes you happy and pursue them. (Remind yourself what actually need to do to be happy)
    Identify low value activities and reduce time spent on them.
    Work intensely. Do more in less time (improve ability to solve problems)

  • Nie pozwól innym projektować Twojego życia i przekraczać Twoich granic. To małe czynności mają znaczenie dla równowagi. Bywa, że  lepszy krótki spacer, niż narzucony dzień wolny.

  • Let’s get it out there. I’m jealous with regards to my brother. He has actually been alone permanently. But, he’s managed to get a part-time model to tell him she is head over heels in love with him in less than a thirty day period. Just how is that possible? He mentioned he obtained the Cupid Love System (Google it!) I wish someone wonderful told me that… I cannot recall ever seeing him so cheerful. Sort of makes me sick.

  • Bro!!! Props and respect for going in inch wide and a mile deep. So many want to be personal development groups preaching insights at a macro level only.

    your presentation is both macro and micro level insights and execution technique.

    U = dope ����‍♂️

  • Loved the video! FYI, that’s not how gas burners work though. If turning the other three burners on affects the first one, something isn’t right with your supply or your appliance. I’ve been in that type of work for more than a decade and your work has helped me be much more productive! Love your channel!

  • Wow that was such a cool globe video technique with the skating! IDK how you did it. Your video editing and recording skills have improved so much in the time I’ve started watching you. Great advice and so engaging. Thank you so much for creating content. You’re inspirational and helpful.

  • Very very good rendition of practical methods AND internal causes for not so rational pressures.
    It’s more important to work on those beliefs of not being good enough, capable or useful first.
    No amount of information+motivation can be as effective as “unmounting” the beliefs that cause our undesirable patterns of behavior.

  • These videos are super impactful, thank you so much for this content. Always trying to get better and strive to love and serve others more. God bless!

  • @Thomas Frank
    You should have a look at Nimbus note. It actually has all the features you want in a note app.
    Markdown
    Nested folders
    Tags
    Apps for ios, android, windows mac, web
    Linking to notes or folders directly from an existing note.
    Linking to specific text blocks
    Webclipper
    Collaboration features
    Document scanner
    Dark theme
    Email to nimbusnotes
    Access notes offline

  • Certain jobs especially in engineering and operations are very difficult to do with a young family that needs your attention.. some jobs can’t be done in 7 hours.. especially if you are looking to excel in your workplace..

    Everyone has their own definition of “quality of life”. You need to then work towards building that.
    “Commercial companies are designed to get them most out of you.. ” it’s by choice that you choose to work for those organizations. Define what goals you are working to meet and by when and design your life around that…

  • Yes!!! ” You don’ have to sit at that table! There are so many choices available!” So many people don’t get it. Or, too lazy to face changes!

  • Kids are so expensive though. I work in a store and they are always throwing tantrums until their stupid parents buy them a bunch of junk.

  • Mr. Ramsey will this work with parents who share joint custody? I’m planning on getting a second part time job in order to save a bit more money. Thanks

  • Best advice I think I’ve ever heard.i wish my ex husband had known this many years ago and applied it.im sending this to my son to watch to keep in mind for his future.thank you Dave.that new little family is going to flourish,I could tell he was taking it all in and had respect for you.

  • I am having a kid too this year, debt free, and I have my own business, can’t wait to hold my baby, and give him or her a lot of love!!! Life is not just about money.

  • 22 yrs old and having a kid already? Go out and enjoy life first before having a kid or even getting married. Most marriages don’t last when they marry young. It’s a fact.

  • Having a 9-5 (or any 8 hour shift job), it’s basically impossible. You wake up and spend an hour getting ready to go to work. Then most people usually commute about an hour to work. Then you spend lets say 8 hours + a lunch hour at work, for a total of 11 thus far. Then you need an hour to return home, which is about another hour. That’s already 12 hours of the day. They say a person should sleep 8 hours a day. Now we’re looking at 20 hours a day of pure surviving. You’re looking at about 4 hours a day of “quality” time, in which you can do what you actually want to do. And that’s only a possibility if you aren’t complete exhausted from work already. You really only have the weekends, and the 1-2 weeks of vacation time you get annually, to actually do what you want! They call this “The American Dream”…

  • How do you balance Hobbies, Work, Music, School and a relationship!?

    I’m in a situation where I’m feeling like I have no time for myself