As a gentleman, do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts?
work life balance
When it comes to gender equality, there are still very formidable obstacles on how men and women conceptualize work0life integration differently.
There’s more to being productive than “staying off Facebook.” These 7 hard-hitting, heart-first tips will help you make real progress.
Hint: it’s like sitting on a teeter-totter with your kids at the playground.
Not only do we work all hours of the day, we work on vacation, and try to do two things at once when we are at work. How do we survive?
In this episode of The Good Dad Project podcast, Joel Louis talks about pursuing your dreams, finding passion in your career, and doing it all while giving 100% to your family!
In a battle between your job and your marriage, this is how you find peace.
Mike Berry asks—and answers—the really tough questions about work-life balance.
You can’t keep holding out for a dream of success when you don’t know how to be happy today. Here’s now to build a better relationship with your work life.
Linda Quarles doesn’t want balance in her life because no matter how she cuts it, balance sounds tedious, exhausting, and virtually unattainable.
Thoreau said it well: “It is not enough to be busy. The question is: what are we busy about?”
It took a wake up call and an (almost) missed opportunity to refocus Mike Berry on his real priorities.
A look behind the scenes of a multi-tasking dad.
Choosing between work and celebrating the holidays can be tough. But do we have to choose?
Inspiration from Hamilton and Kant: work with passion, but know that the road to success is not always paved with maniac energy and politics.
They see you making a choice and you’re not choosing them. Here’s how to have the conversation without a fight or guilt trip.