Work Life Balance

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Work Life Balance

The term “work-life balance” has yet to lose its buzz in the last few years. This is partially due to the dominating presence of millennials in the workforce. Employers have been putting in a tremendous effort trying to determine the best way to appeal to millennial workers. With the millennial generation of workers projected to take up 75% of the workforce by 2025, many leaders think it’s time to redefine what work-life balance looks like.

Please listen to my little podcast, before reading my conclusion to this blog cast…lol.


I was just a young guy.

I thought I had too much energy, whatever.

Whatever I burned out, I burned up.

And the amount of time that you burn out,

let’s say you work five weeks at a hundred hours a week,

okay, without a break.

That amount of time, that five weeks,

is how much time it can take you to unburn out.

So it’s gonna take you at least five weeks to unburnout,

so be careful, be careful.

Book that vacation, always!

I pulled this excerpt from a course I took recently with the following MBA Professor. Check out more material on this and other topics;

Award Winning MBA Professor, Venture Capitalist and Author.

Chris Haroun

Cheers, and have an excellent week!