6/12/2013

Rather than striving to attain perfect work-life balance, you should adopt the more holistic approach known as "work-life effectiveness," writes Christine M. Riordan of the University of Denver. You should view your career "as an integral part of life, rather than a separate and obligatory activity," she writes. It's also important to develop your own understanding of success and to set boundaries in your life, she writes.

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