Find Your Balance

The internet loves doling out advice. Browse it long enough and you’ll find any type of advice for every group or demographic. We found this list of advice from Ragan.com for young professionals helpful in many ways. While every one of those 20 pieces of advice are helpful when it comes to creating and building a professional career, the last one resonates with us the most.

20. Strive for work/life balance.

Striking a balance between your work schedule and your life is extremely important in keeping you happy and productive in your job. The flexibility life requires at times makes it hard for many professionals to juggle their work and life efficiently. It is so important to find a balance between work and life before you realize you’ve lost control of your schedule. This single piece of advice could be the only piece of advice you need when creating and maintaining a professional career.

Productivity is not a skill you can pull out of a hat. It requires the correct timing, and we all know that timing is everything. Productive employees have found a balance between their work and life, because they didn’t let their life interfere with their work. The opposite is also a very important rule to live by: don’t let your work interfere with your life.

This one piece of advice is all you need. Find a balance between your job and your personal life. It is up to you to prioritize your time, but don’t be surprised when one side of the coin slips after you’ve focused too much on the other.

Read the original list here: 20 pieces of advice every young professional should follow | Articles | Main.

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