Why business leaders don't get downtime

08/15/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Business leaders and startup founders shouldn't expect too much downtime, say members of the Young Entrepreneur Council. Rather than trying to carve out time for yourself, they advise learning to love your job, and using technology to integrate your work responsibilities into your private life. "When I decided to start a business, I knew I was signing up for a life of work-life integration, rather than work-life balance," explains Lauren Friese of TalentEgg.

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