6/11/2013

President Barack Obama makes time to eat dinner with his family in the evenings, which should be a lesson to everyone who is seeking to balance their personal and professional lives, according to Valerie Jarrett, chairwoman of the White House Council on Women and Girls. "If he's the president of the United States -- and no one has more pressure or stress or demands than he -- and he can make his children a priority, then so can we," said Jarrett, who spoke at The Huffington Post's Third Metric conference.

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