Balancing Life and Work
Wikipedia defines Work-Life Balance as this: Work–life balance is a concept including proper prioritizing between “work” (career and ambition) and “lifestyle” (health, pleasure, leisure, family and spiritual development / meditation). This is related to the idea of “lifestyle choice.”
Knowing how to balance life and work is a chore within itself! One of the most popular questions you’ll ever hear is: Can you help me with time management?That’s primarily because people are not familiar with balancing work and family time. Yet it’s really about how you approach everything to ensure that you can, most of the time, move in and out of work life and home life without feeling stressed out, that you’re not doing enough of one or the other – hence, work-life balance.
Work-Life Balance – 10 Steps to Better Work-Life Balance
Use this PLR pack to educate your readers on the steps to better work – life balance by using the report to give away to build a list, or even sell it as your own ebook.
- Report – 10 Steps to Better Work-Life Balance — 10 pages, 2,574 words
- 5 Images
- Editable ecovers in 2 styles
- Powerpoint Slides
- 5 Tip Posters including blank – matches ecover design
- Tweets (20)
- Keywords (8 pages)
- Worksheets (Calendar, Goal Sheet, Time Sheet, Food Tracker, Training Log)
Preview of Report Template
Report Sample: Get Your Priorities Straight
The very first thing, and the most important thing, you need to do is to get a firm understanding of what your priorities are. Make a list. What is important to you? Take the time to really think this through. List the things in your life that are most important as if you did not need to work for a living. Of course, you do, but sometimes the need for money can actually skew your priorities and warp your conception of what is truly a priority.
What are your life goals? – Consider the broader picture. Sure, you have to work each day from maybe 8 to 5 or some other schedule, but what are the ultimate goals that you really have? For some people it helps to create a vision board or some other visual method by which they can see where they want to be. Try thinking about where you want to be five, ten and even 20 years from now.