How To Stop Being a Workaholic
Happy Monday! I’ve been writing a post topic about – How To Stop Being a Workaholic. I had researched many articles through online during last weekend. This may be very helpful, readers –
In a short story, I have not experienced being a workaholic before, but I remember that my mother was a workaholic, she used to be a registered nurse. She had one full time job plus two part time jobs. She left me alone at home while I was a child, meanwhile, my late grandparents and aunt took care of me sometimes. While my mom worked during daytime, overnights, and even weekends, I was very much alone at home as a child. It was not so fun! While I grew up, I had hard time getting along with my mother but she was stubborn to work over more than 12 hours. In truth, her workaholic thing really destroyed our relationship because when I was a child and begged my mother to spend more time with me but she frequently shouted at me angrily and frustratedly. I realized that her tiredness and frustration from her working was serious. So I left her alone in order to let her attend to work if she wanted to. I did not want to bother her anyway.
Today, my mother does not work since two years, she has poor health issues. She is walking difficulty in order of staying at home and her both legs grow more weak. She does not do her workout three times per week, she eats unhealthy foods. That’s how workaholism really hurt her emotion, physical, and health so much.
Now, I found one of the incredible infographics about how to stop being a workaholic. I thought that you could enjoy viewing this infograhic.
1) Change your values so that work is no longer the most important thing in your life.
2) Evaluate the impact of the various types of work you do.
3) Limit the number of work assignments you accept.
4) Limit the amount of time you spend working.
5) Be flexible about when you aim to finish a piece of work.
6) When appropriate, limit the quality of work you aim to achieve.
7) Be efficient in the work you do.
Advice: schedule the time management and create a daily/weekly routine of your non-work activities.
If you know those who are workaholics, please share this with your friends, family members, and your employees at jobs!
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