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Rauh, Sherry. 5 Tips for Better Work-Life Balance . Webmd.com. (Information is by Personal coach Laura Fortgang.) 1. Figure Out What Really Matters to You in Life And Ask yourself: a. If my life could focus on one thing and one thing only, what would that be? b. If I could add a second thing, what would that be? c. 2. This process will help create your “life’s top five priorities. 3. A typical list per Fortgang a. Children b. Spouse c. Satisfying career d. Community service e. Religion/spirituality f. Health g. Sports h. Art i. Hobbies, such h as gardening j. Adventure/travel 4. Drop Unnecessary Activities a. Main point: Drop any commitments & pursuits that don’t make your top- five list. b. “Unnecessary activities keep you away from the things that matter to you.” 5. Protect Your Private Time a. If you would not skip work, class, or the activities that are important then why skip your private time.
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Unformatted text preview: . Webmd.com. (Information is by Personal coach Laura Fortgang.) b. This time should be for you (QT). c. Stop checking email, and cell phones so often d. I dont work nights and weekend [unless I want] 6. Accept Help to Balance Your Life a. Never be afraid to ask for help b. i.e., watch the kids, ask question to problems ect. 7. Plan Fun and Relaxation a. Fun and relaxation are an essential part of living a well-balanced life. b. How do you find time to do it all? Brown, If you believe that the most important thing is to be happy in life (not when Im a millionaire or when I retire but right now) then you can always make time. c. Set aside time for yourself until you get into the habit of doing so. d. To conclude, and steal a line from a movie that has already cited: e. This leads to the age-old-question: What would you do if you had a million dollars?...
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This note was uploaded on 07/04/2011 for the course ACG 101 taught by Professor Burnett during the Spring '09 term at Edison State College.

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