Many CEOs want to improve work-life balance, not just for themselves, but for those that work for them. However, they often resist—at least at first—the simple step that could help them the most.
In this video, I show you the single biggest step you can take to improve your quality of work life. Please watch; but more important, take action on what you learn.
- Watch this video and ask yourself: “Do I have a scheduled time of the day at which I start work and end work?”
- If yes, ask yourself: “Am I sticking to it?”
- If not, commit to the times of the day when you’ll start and end work.
- The next time you’re tempted to cross your line in the sand, stop and remind yourself, “You’re being inefficient if you do this.”
- Share your questions or comments on this page.
- Your “line in the sand” is defined as that time of the day when you commit to start work and end work.
- Working long hours is sloppy productivity. It’s an inefficient use of time.
- By using systems, you can improve the amount of work you do in a day.
- Benefits to drawing a line in the sand include:
- Increased creativity. You’ll start to think of ways to get more done in a shorter amount of time.
- Increased productivity. You’ll be rested each day and be able to come back to work knowing that your life is in balance.