Work-life balance requires commitment

11/7/2013 | MonsterWorking

You need to value work-life balance and believe it's within reach before you can improve on it, writes Elizabeth Grace Saunders, author of "The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment." "Work-life balance comes at a professional cost for most people ... [it] may mean that you can't start certain types of businesses, take on specific categories of funding, work with particular clients, or expand at as rapid a pace," she writes.

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