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Debunking the Myth of Work-Life Balance

In the blue corner, weighing in at 47 hours per week, it’s the average American full-time job!

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Why do we all seem to work so damn hard? Is this even a bad thing and, if it is, can we do anything about it? Do content creators and solopreneurs ever really stop working? One thing is certain: the debate on where to draw the line between…

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Jason R. Waller

Jason R. Waller

Executive coach to passionate CEOs and leaders. Founder, speaker, combat veteran, and ex-consultant. Top writer in Leadership. www.jasonrwaller.com

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