Published by: Albert Gibosse
- Set priorities
- Don’t procrastinate
- Keep your team informed
- Create a Side Gig
Take the following steps in order to create and maintain a healthy work-life balance:
Encourage your team to take advantage of moments they can step away from their work and take a time-out.
Manage your time and priorities so you can work more efficiently and effectively at the and still have a fulfilling personal life.
Set healthy limits – like leaving work at work — for yourself and your team and enjoy some happy-hours with your staff.
Have a plan for urgent communications to avoid overworking, so you can leave work at work and also avoid checking work email and sending messages after work.
Assist your employees with staying focused on their main responsibilities and help them with becoming more productive
Delegate tasks at work and in your personal life
Make a list of all your responsibilities at work and in life to figure out which responsibilities are absolutely, 100% necessary for you to handle, and identify the tasks that aren’t absolutely essential for you-and-you-alone to do
Develop a Support System
Create a strong support system through your team members as well as friends, family, and other folks that you trust and that can help you with achieving your goal(s)
Read More Here: Strong Work-Life Balance is The Best Recipe for Business Success
Granted women leaders and/or executives often face more difficult hurdles than men on the way to becoming political or business leaders, here are six reasons to elect more
women than men:
Read the details here: Six qualities that help successful women leaders realize their leadership potential
Blockchain’s distributed and decentralized ledger enables data integrity and
authenticity characteristics that guarantees trust among untrusted parties as they conduct digital transactions, which opens up a world of possibilities.
Blockchain technology’s potential is immense with a predicted business value-add to grow to more than $176 billion by 2025, exceeding $3.1 trillion by 2030, which most likely will be deived from increased sales, new sales opportunities, decreased input costs, and reduced indirect costs.
Blockchain’s ability to fundamentally reshape the nature of financial transactions and services brings tremendous benefits to a broad range of industries, namely in the areas of identity and data integrity as well as:
Read about how Blockchain is Securing IoT (Internet of Things) here: Blockchain Securing IoT
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