Does this sound familiar?
You’re hanging out at home when your phone vibrates with a work email. You glance at it automatically and your mind is pulled into work mode.
You start thinking about all the tasks you’ve got to do, the projects that you’re managing, and before you know it you’re stressing out.
“Work-life balance” is something that everyone likes to talk about… but it seems to be an impossible dream for most of the leaders we work with.
We encourage our leaders to create work-life harmony instead of striving for the impossibly high standards of work-life balance.
Life ebbs and flows as you go through different life phases and it is important to find your harmony for a fulfilled life. On your journey to find harmony, being able to unplug from work will help you be more present in other areas of your life and create the space you need to identify what you want.
In this post, we’re sharing four things you can do to unplug from work and be more present in your life today.
Significant ROI from intentionally unplugging
As you can see, there is a significant return on investment for intentionally unplugging from work to be more present in your life.
Unplugging from work allows you to create deeper memories with friends and family. It recharges your batteries and helps you become more effective when you do go back to work.
You may also choose to unplug from work to serve your community – serving can be extremely fulfilling and another great way to fill your heart with gratitude and love.
Creating work-life harmony by clarifying your priorities , scheduling your time, defining boundaries, and intentionally unplugging from time to time will help you become a better leader in all areas of your life.
When’s the last time you physically and mentally unplugged from work?
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