- When I do workshops, what I will find often is,…when I ask people what's a pain point for them, for example,…they'll tell me, "When I'm home, I'm with my family,…"and I'm looking at my phone,…"and I'm feeling extreme guilt…"because this is the people that I want to be with,…"and yet, here I am with my phone or my computer."…And one of the challenges around that is the question why.…Why would you, if you know,…that the most important thing to you is your kids,…and your wife, or your husband, or your partner,…why would you not then, take time and do that?…Why don't you create boundaries around phone in the bedroom,…when you know that it doesn't allow you…to sleep very well?…What we found over and over again is…there's an underline belief that gets in the way of people…creating those kinds of boundaries.…
And the belief is that their value is in what they do.…So if my value is in what I do,…and I believe that if I do the right thing,…then I'm proving value, valuable,…then what happens is that people…won't create those boundaries because they're still looking…
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- List four ways to ease stress and increase energy.
- Determine boundaries and set limits to prevent overworking.
- Identify the benefits of building relationships with employees.