You’re an executive or an individual with a demanding job. You don’t have enough time for your personal life. You have way too many e-mails to read, and you think about work when you go home at night.
As an individual with this type of position, how can you possibly free your mind from work, when work never really goes away in today’s technology-driven society? This is an issue, right? The question is: do you want more leisure time?
Marilyn Puder-York, PhD, a psychologist, executive coach, and author of The Office Survival Guide, provides advice for those seeking ways to create a better work-life ratio. She says that a good work-life ratio depends on who you are as a person.
“Everybody is different,” she says. “It’s not necessarily important in terms of what your career or specialty is. Everyone is different neurologically and everybody is different psychologically.”
With that in mind, here’s a list of tips to help you transition from work to life, no matter who you are.