The Art of Work-Life Balance

Why Do I Need A Work-Life Balance?

One-third of workers report high levels of stress, and if you’re part of that percentage, you’re not going to want to miss this!

Americans are working harder than ever for more hours than ever before. Millions of people are guilty of taking on too many projects, saying “yes” to too many things, and ending up in a perpetual state of stress that leaves them with no room to take care of themselves properly.

The compounding stress from the never-ending workday is hurting us. It’s hurting our relationships with loved ones, it’s harming our health, and affecting our overall happiness.

Luckily, we’re beginning to realize, as a society, that this endless cycle of work-related stress is taking a toll. As a result, many employers and organizations are starting to implement ways to help their employees create work-life balance.

If this has peaked your interest, join me for The Art of Work-Life Balance on Thursday, March 4th!

What Can You Teach Me?

I’ve been researching and teaching people about work-life balance for years, and each time, people are surprised by how simple it is to make big differences just by implementing small changes!

I understand that “work-life balance” means something different to everyone, but I also understand that we all have one thing in common: We’re realizing that we’re in a bit too deep, and we’d like to do something to get out from under the waves of stress that our jobs have brought into our lives.

During this webinar, I’ll be sharing with you:
-How to take the first steps in creating a healthy work-life balance, from scratch.
-Studies that show WHY maintaining work-life balance is crucial to your health.
-Ways to say “goodbye” to extra, unnecessary stress.
-Tactics for balancing work and parenthood.
-Why work-life balance is good for employers, too.
-And much more!

Hosted by:

Mollie Bond

Why Should I Make Time For This?

Studies have found that chronic stress can be just as damaging to your body as second-hand smoke! So not only does being stressed out all the time make you feel crummy, it’s literally killing you!

Perhaps you’re thinking that your stress and long work hours are for the greater good -- maybe you have a family to support or work somewhere where many people rely on you.

I’m here to tell you that there are still ways to incorporate work and family life so that your loved ones know that you’re thinking of them, and you do not feel as if you are disappointing your colleagues.

Also, you cannot pour from an empty cup! In order to do your best work, you need to make time to feed your energy and peace of mind -- Through finding your own, personal way to balance work and the rest of your life.

Can’t Wait To Share With You On Thursday, March 4th At 5:30 pm PST!