Read the book above. You can check it out of the library should you not be able to buy it.
I recommend the book because long before I read it last week I’d been doing the things the author told readers to do.
One controversial thing that Ruettimann tells workers to do is to be Slackers on the job. How so? Not to break your back at work where you’ll wind up stressed.
Does any of us really want to be popping pills and slurping Frappuccinos to get by every day?
This is where it pays to research yourself and explore careers that are in sync with your personality.
My goal is to publish the book Working Assets: A Career Guide for Peers this summer 2021. It has competitive information for finding and succeeding at a job when you live in recovery.
The trick to being happy and healthy is to have a balanced life. I call this living “a full and robust life.” In your after-hours and on the weekend that’s when it’s imperative that you do what you love.
If you ask me no one should be doing more than a half hour of overtime every day at our jobs. Finding the job that doesn’t require overtime is the golden key to unlocking the ideal balance.
Most workers in corporate offices won’t get more than a 3 percent raise every year. Or 2 percent like milk. While the CEOs earn millions.
How to fight this injustice? Show up to your job on your own terms. Live that full and robust life outside of your day job.
Read Betting on You to find out how you can win the battle of the bulge–of your overstuffed briefcase and ballooning midsection.
There’s a better way than passively accepting the status quo on a job.
Long before I read this Laurie Ruettimann book I too had become a Slacker to preserve my sanity.
In the coming blog entry I’ll talk about my own strategies for achieving peace and harmony.