Finding work-life balance in today’s fast-paced world is no simple task. Too much or too little focus on job directly imbalances your work and personal life, and so stress tags along with its disturbing effects. Experts always emphasize on work-life balance for leading a healthy life.
The first step is to identify and accept the modern trends in the pace of work.
The second one is to assess your work nature and your commitment towards it, because only then you can work on some strategies for striking a healthier balance. The perception of an ideal work/life balance of every individual is different.
By Anthony Balderrama, CareerBuilder.com write
Interviews are nothing if not opportunities to drive yourself crazy. Just remind yourself to look good, appear confident, say all the right things and don’t say any of the wrong ones. It shouldn’t be so hard to follow these guidelines except you’ll be on the receiving end of an endless line of questions. Factor in your nerves and you’ll be lucky to remember your own name.
If you walk into the interview prepared, you can make sure you know what right things to say, and you can stop yourself from saying the following wrong things.
1. I hated my last boss.
Your last boss was a miserable person whose main concern was making your life miserable. Of course you don’t have a lot of nice things to say; however, don’t mistake honesty, which is admirable, for trash-talking, which is despicable.
If you truly did hate your last boss, I would be prepared to articulate why your last organization and relationship was not right for you,” says Greg Moran, director of industry sales and partnerships for Talent Technology Corp. “Then be prepared to explain what type of organization is right for you and what type of management style you best respond to.”