Why imbalance between life and work can be a good thing

02/12/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

If you love the work you do, embrace your work-life imbalance, advises Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, professor of business psychology at University College London. Loving your work means you have more than just a job, you have a career, a passion you're paid to do, he writes. "Your career success depends on eliminating the division between work and play. Who cares about work-life balance when you can have work-life fusion?" he notes.

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