by Jen Glantz · 15 Jul 2019 · 4 min read
When you think about your favorite online guru, you probably can come up with some words to describe what their writing or brand voice is like. And if pressed, you could probably pick their writing out of a lineup because they have such a strong brand voice.
In most cases, the process of divorce is painful and exhausting. It takes away a lot of time, energy, nerves, and money. It's not surprising that many women have to quit their jobs because they experience severe depression while going through a divorce. Fortunately, with the pass of time, the pain fades away, and life gets back to normal. One day, a woman feels that she is ready to start a new chapter. She decides to update her CV and apply for a job…
The work we do should contribute something to our lives—but what? When we sit back and fantasize about the life we want to live, we all have different definitions of success. Some of us want to pay off our student loans. Some of us want to increase our vocational velocity.
For the last 30+ years, I have focused on bringing together political parties, corporate competitors and disparate nations to foster quality leadership, diplomacy and results that better society, creating sustainable partnerships and profitable business models. Has it been easy? By no means. Rewarding? Immensely.
As the Vice President at Natalie's Juice, it's been a challenging process navigating these times of uncertainty, but I've learned a lot and wanted to share these tips for others.
So how can one achieve a better work-life balance so we don’t burn ourselves out or drive our partners crazy? From setting ground rules for your family to maintaining “work hours,” here are nine tips I implemented for a better work-life balance when I work remotely.
There has never been a more important time to think about deliberately managing your career, changing roles, changing companies, or changing industries. My philosophy has always been to make bold moves when change is happening all around me. Many people find change, upheaval, and ambiguity scary, but I find that is when the best opportunities can be uncovered or, even better, created!