Many business leaders I work with commonly struggle with what they refer to as work-life balance. They typically talk about the constant struggle to “find the right balance” of time spent on work, family, ministry, hobbies, health and self. The world is ready to offer all kinds of suggestions. A quick Google search on work-life balance results in 153,000,000 results!
Work-life balance continues to receive a lot of attention. People are looking for ways to reduce stress and burnout, maintain focus and control and increase productivity. I did a Google search for “Work-Life Balance” and it garnered about 630,000,000 results, examples include:
6 Tips for the better work-life balance – Forbes
Adopt these 12 habits for a better work-life balance – Entrepreneur
7 habits of people who have achieved work-life balance – Fast Company
What recent leadership learnings have changed or will change the world? Elon Musk thought of an electric car with an iPad-like screen called a Tesla. How about the people or team that invented the idea of the world wide web? Mark Zuckerberg invented Facebook and changed how we interact as a culture. What about remote diagnostic medicine or home security with no wires?