Five reasons why YOU want a great work-life balance

Five reasons why YOU want a great work-life balance

Maintaining a work-life balance helps you to reduce stress and helps prevent burnout. If you suffer from chronic stress, it can also negatively impact mental health as it's linked to a higher risk of depression, anxiety and insomnia.



So, why would you benefit from a great work-life balance?

These are my 5 favourite reasons why YOU want to invest in yourself.

1- Your health and well-being will improve
2 - You’ll be more productive as you focus your energy (no more too much, too busy or not enough time)
3 - You'll have more time for your partner and your children
4 - You will have more time for YOU
5 - You’ll stop missing out on the REAL important stuff

Research shows that 46% of people experience stress-induced health-related expenses than those of us who don’t.

Are you done with the unnecessary stress and READY for a work-life balance that WORKS? Let me know in the comments, I would love to hear from you!

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Susanne Grant is a Work-Life Balance Expert, Intuitive Business Coach & Consultant, International #1 Bestselling Author and 2020 Great British Entrepreneur Awards Finalist. She helps business owners & CEOs find the perfect mix between work and life with her transformational and mindset coaching. This allows them to move forward to achieve their goals with confidence by finding the perfect work-life mix for themselves, their families and their business.

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  • Great post Susanne which resonates with me as I'm my own worst enemy for saying yes to everything! I definitely suffer from FOMO! 😃
    • Hi Nicky! Glad to hear it resonates with you. FOMO is definitely a tricky one. I find with a lot of my clients it ties in with not being clear on their own goals mix with a hint of saying yes to too many things that aren't really aligned with what they want/scared to let people down.
      • Having clear goals is key however this can always be an area that is a little bit vague or 'woolly'
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