Join Mike Figliuolo for an in-depth discussion in this video Achieving work/life balance, part of Developing Your Leadership Philosophy.
- As a leader, if you're burned out, you're worthless.…You won't perform as well.…You're setting a bad example for your team.…They're going to say,…"Well, the boss is working really hard,…"so they must expect that I'm gonna work hard too,…"and spend just as many hours at the office as they do."…That's a really slippery slope,…because working too hard and not having balance…between your work and time away from work…not only degrades your performance,…it can cause deleterious health effects.…
My maxim to remind me…to actually take it a little bit easier…and take care of myself is STEMI, S-T-E-M-I.…Now, STEMI stands for…ST-segment elevated myocardial infarction.…That's a really fancy way of saying heart attack.…About four months ago, I had a heart attack.…I'm 43 years old.…I had tightness in my chest.…The pain started radiating up my back.…I went to the emergency room, and they said,…"You're having a heart attack.…
"We're rushing you to the cardiac care unit…"of the major hospital downtown."…I took an ambulance ride, lights and sirens,…
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