by Kenny Zail
I have been very fortunate in my life, in that I love what I do for a living and love my personal life. I have found so many people who have one or the other, and a few who have neither. Some people use one as a sanctuary from the other. For example, staying late at work instead of going home, or focusing on the weekend or a vacation while at work. I think the question assumes that work success is the first goal and then asking if it needs to be balanced by a personal life success. To have "success", whatever that is...there doesn't need to be a balance, it has to be one. Kenny ZailI create TV-Style Game Shows - Making Teams RockAtlanta, GA
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