Category: Work/Life Balance

Whilst appreciating that there will be some who have worked during the Christmas and New Year period, many like me will be back to their routines this morning for the first time after an 11-day break. I’ve not been idle and, in fact, was seized by the desire to have a very early Spring Clean
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Great clients bring out the best in themselves. Let me share with you an example from yesterday. I met with Neil Harris at HRS Dental Care for a “Q4” review of what has been an exceptional year of development. Having looked at this year’s performance, we then moved to 2019 and I was prompted to
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I broke my own rules over the weekend and decided to work Saturday until such time as I had reached email inbox zero. The perfect imperfectionist is allowed to do that – aiming to be on target with calendar management 80% of the time – not beating themselves up when the plan fails 20% of
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A writer — and, I believe, generally all persons — must think that whatever happens to him or her is a resource. All things have been given to us for a purpose, and an artist must feel this more intensely. All that happens to us, including our humiliations, our misfortunes, our embarrassments, all is given
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It has been said that there is no such thing as time management (we all have 24 hours a day) and, therefore, there is only priority management. If we work too many hours and don’t get to see our family, it’s because we have prioritised work first. If we never get to the end of
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There is something very therapeutic about having a good clear-out. Over the weekend, we vacated the ground floor (lounge and dining room with connecting french windows) in preparation for Phil The Decorator, who will be arriving at 08:00 this morning. It’s effectively going to be a lick of paint, as you might say. There will
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