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Work, Rest, Play: How Entrepreneurs Achieve Work-Life Balance

Working hard is important because you need to be successful and make a living, and it’s really important that you consider what is involved in taking things further, but you must rest too.

When it comes to improving your life you need to consider the best way of having a work-life balance. This is something that is talked about so much, but so few people actually seem to have it these days.

This is why you need to make sure you consider what it takes to actually unwind more and switch off from the working day.

As a business owner, it can be difficult to do this, and you often find yourself working all the time, even when you are meant to be switching off. This is something that has to happen sooner rather than later, and you have to make sure you have the adequate balance.

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Inspiration

November: Inspired by a Movie (Mr. Church)

Happy new month to you! Welcome to Zinny Factor. How was October? October was fantastic on my end. It was pumped with so much goodness. I actually failed to realize that October was over and so I am sneaking in this post before the 2nd, Eastern Standard Time. I can’t wait to see how November turns out and I do hope you have a great month. Since this is a new month, I hope to share with you some inspiration for the month, and the rest of the year.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

8 Hobbies that can help Boost your Employability

Getting a job can be demanding and a good way to beat the competition is to involve what you do during your spare time at an interview. This says a lot about you and will help you get the right fit because you would be matched with a job that suits both you and the company.

Do you remember these posts HERE and HERE, where we discussed some employable skills? Well, you could just make your passion or hobby blend in as an employable skill that is of value to your prospective employer.

If you are considering a transition in your current workplace, you could also use your hobbies to your advantage. Judging from your previous practice, your employer or manager should be able to tell if your hobby has contributed to the success of your team or department.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

How to Love the Job you Hate

It’s no news that even some people who claim to love their jobs and repeatedly tell you of how awesome the job is, have some down times when they feel frustrated on the job or somewhat unsure of whether to continue on the job. If you are reading this article, you love your career path and profession but you are unsure of your job. You also feel like you detest the job you currently have or you have an unexplainable feeling concerning your job. You would rather just sit at home than go to work, but for some reasons, you end up going and you hate it while you are there. Your entire day feels hopeless and your week feels longer.

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