Redfish Survey Work-Life Tips
In December we looked at some tips for people to achieve work-life balance and put forth our own survey. The results of the Redfish survey (as of the first week of January) are:
| 1 = Not Important , 2 = Somewhat Useful , 3 = Important , 4 = Very Important , 5 = Most Important
|Do a Job You Love
|Set Your Priorities for both Work and Play
|Set Work Boundaries / Respect Your Private Time
|Be Healthy (Get Enough Sleep, Exercise, Eat Healthy)
|Schedule Personal Time Each Day
|Take More Vacations and Time Off
|Get Organized, Focus on Priorities
|Focus on One Thing at a Time
|Have Lunch in Bangkok Every So Often
|Get a Life Coach or Mentor
Work-Life Balance Tips, Ranking:
*The Rating Score is the weighted average calculated by dividing the sum of all weighted ratings by the number of total responses.
- Bangkok?, how about the French Riviera or a villa in the Swiss Alps? These I would have said “Most Important”
- LOL, like the last one.
- I believe that real time off (not when you are checking emails and taking calls all the time) is very important.
- Be flexible when necessary, but keep the balance.
What do you think?
This survey is still open. If you want to weigh in, please do.
Tips to Improve Work-Life Balance
Here is a collection of tips for the busy CEO to the rest of us. The Inc staff has compiled vignettes by CEOs with advice on creating equilibrium between work and play such as having lunch in Bangkok. Salary.com provides 14 tips attainable by the rest of us such as setting priorities and boundaries, scheduling time for ourselves, and recharging our batteries.
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What is it?
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