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A Business Keynote Speaker Won’t Use “No Time” as an Excuse

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A business keynote speaker won't use 'busy' as an excuse for work-life balance.

A business keynote speaker won’t use ‘busy’ as an excuse for not maintaining a work-life balance.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

These days, everyone has a million things going on but it’s a truly successful business keynote speaker who prioritizes their time to maintain work-life balance. Andy Core, an expert speaker, talks about how he makes time for both sides of his life.

Prioritize

First, you need to figure out what exactly it is you want your balance to look like. Is there going to be more emphasis on work, or on your personal life? Once you do that, budget time for both ­ and stick to it.

Re-Evaluate Your Priorities Constantly

This doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to make a new list each day, but to allow yourself to be flexible to life’s goings-on. If you stick too rigidly to any one plan, you risk being left behind. A business keynote speaker says that if you are too loosey-goosey with your work-life balance idea, you just won’t have one. Schedule in regular time for the gym, grocery shopping and chats with the family, but know that work can take longer than expected some days. Conversely, when work is slower, use that time to catch up on other areas of your life that may have been neglected a bit.

With a little bit of practice, you can maintain successful work-life balance like every successful business keynote speaker.

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