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There’s an article in the Journal of Business Ethics (2009) 84: 167-172 reviewing the increasingly popular topic of over-working. It’s made us wonder: what’s the real difference between work enthusiasts and workaholics, and can that difference be maintained?
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One thing is certain in this life and that is that time marches on, no matter the circumstances. And here we are with another new year to contemplate. Take time to look back on the year just completed…More..
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Which sounds better?
1) “All work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy.
2) “Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence – is the key to unlocking our potential.”
What do you think? Continuous effort or engaging in play?
It’s easy to say “No, I can have it both ways,” but then responsibility and pressure catch up with us; continuous effort becomes a heavy strain and Johnny doesn’t only turn dull, he goes out of his mind with the stress . . .