All Hustle And No Play? Signs You Are A Workaholic

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September 28, 2013 ‐ By Tanvier Peart
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It’s one thing to love your job, it’s another to let it consume your entire existence. Whether you are busting your butt to put food on the table or enjoy what you do, there’s a fine line between working hard and being a workaholic. If you aren’t too careful you might wind up with your job and nothing else. Here are some signs you are a workaholic.

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  • So much for forward progressio

    I have read some things that I didnt agree with on this page, but I can HONESTLY say, this is the BIGGEST DUMBEST CROCK OF SH*T, I have EVER read on this page. There are industry’s set up that require you to work off schedule/long hours and sometimes login during vacation.. of course you have to have balance, but this article just brought black professionals back by 20 years…let all of our counterparts of other ethnicities get the promotions and get ahead, simply by going the extra mile…PLEASE DO NOT SPREAD THIS IGNORANCE..

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  • Child_Puhleez

    Yes, balance your life out, but depending on your industry — especially if yours is over-saturated — using a 3-ft rule is a MUST. [Chat up anyone within 3-ft of you to obtain info for lead generation.]

    No list, no funnel. No funnel, no business. You’ve got to make money to enjoy the pleasures out of life. And that 3-ft rule applies during vacations. Chatting with prospects over coffee or lunch balances everything out, anyway.

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