Are you looking for ways to achieve work-life balance? Are you tired of feeling stuck? You can learn how to make the right kinds of changes by signing up for my Strategies for Change e-newsletter.
Each month, you’ll learn practical ideas to help you handle work-life, career, or mid-life challenges. Every issue is packed with:
- Hands-on tips and next steps
- Advice to get you moving
- Recommended resources
- Ideas for career advancement
- Strategies for better work-life balance
- Navigation tips for midlife transitions
- Tips for working parents
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- The two core principles underlying work-life balance
- The five most common patterns that lead to work-life imbalance and how to address them
- Action steps you can take now to restore balance
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