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Balancing between Work and Personal Time

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Living within a time budget begins with the finish line you create. You decide the time of day you're going to stop work and start your personal life each day. Some people pride themselves on their ability to work as long as it takes. They're willing to work long hours to get the job done. And on the surface, this commitment to hard work looks like a positive. However, it misses out on great opportunities, the opportunity to build new ways of being more productive and the opportunity to feel rested so you can sustainably be productive day after day. My personal finish line is 5 p.m. That's when I stop work, stop looking at email and begin transitioning mentally so I can focus on being mentally present with myself and my family. Your finish line will likely be different, and you may have more than one finish line. Perhaps you need to work until 1 p.m. every day, take a break for a few hours and then begin at 3 p.m. and work until 8 p.m. Or maybe you work until 9 p.m. three days per week and 6 p.m. the other two days. The options are unlimited. What matters is that you consciously make a commitment to your time budget and then stay balanced within that budget. Take a moment now and consider your work week. What time of day could you set as your finish line? Test it out for a couple of weeks, and then adjust as needed.


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