Work/Life Balance

To survive in your workstation, you may have unconsciously adapted to many small inconveniences. Take a few minutes to analyze your surroundings, and you’ll see how small changes could add up to a major improvement to your work space … and your mood.

5 ways to beat the post-lunch slump

January 1, 2005 Categorized in: Work/Life Balance

If you would rather nap in the midafternoon than do anything else, don’t rely on a jolt of caffeine or sugar to keep you going.
Derail distractions for even an hour and you’ll learn a new skill, or chug through an assignment, much faster. Here’s how.
Your reputation remains your best argument for persuading the boss to alter your work schedule or sometimes allow you to work from home.
Are you one of those people who tend to put others’ needs ahead of your own? If so, that often means you’ll take on more and more work, committing to responsibilities with no time to complete them, until your life spins out of balance. Instead, try these 3 steps …
On a typical day, you can find D.A. Benton giving image-building advice to top executives at IBM, Nabisco, Hewlett-Packard and other major corporations. She’s one of America’s top executive coaches.
Transform yourself into a wizard at remembering names, learning new software or memorizing presentations, with these tactics
Looking for a better approach to life? You probably have more ability to carve out your own work/life balance than you think. Here’s how:
If stress hits you with a capital S, you’re not alone. We use the word “stress” so often today that it’s almost meaningless.