disconnecting from your work

disconnecting from your work

The Importance of Disconnecting from Your Work

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Some of the happiest, most well adjusted, and most effective people I know are also people who have a profound ability to disconnect from their work. They can disconnect rapidly and put themselves in another state of mind which does not involve work....

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