What changes in life bring about the biggest toll? The answer is always different for everyone, but there are a few constants. Grief, stress, and change itself can be some of the biggest sources of turmoil. For some people, big life changes can be exciting; for others, they’re a dreaded chore.
No matter which category you fit into, though, change is always hard. It’s a process that we go through every time something new happens – we have to adjust and figure out how to make this new thing work in our lives.
Sometimes that’s easy and sometimes it’s really difficult, but it’s always worth it in the end. Because when we finally do settle into our new lives with all of their surprises and challenges.
In this episode, we talk about the changes that have happened in our lives since taking a break. We also talk about the concept of work-life integration, which is something that every business should be aiming for.
So, whether you’re facing a big change in your life right now or are just looking to learn more about the concept of work-life integration. This episode has something for everyone. Check it out now!
What To Listen For:
- Samantha’s life update (04:38)
- Jennifer’s new business (05:15)
- Joe’s work setup (10:06)
- Meeting people at events (16:16)
- How to treat your employees right (18:58)
- The concept of work-life integration (23:14)
- Making the Daylight Saving Time permanent (31:12)
- Staying on your track (35:20)
- Getting the context before diving in (37:58)
- Getting a customer’s contact information (39:03)
What’s Grinding Our Gears
Samantha Riley: “Just because you like one place doesn’t mean that you can’t go and experience another place”
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