You probably know when you should take a few minutes out of your day to slow down and give yourself a break.
But, this also might be easier said than done.
What if there was a way to train (like professional athletes train for games) in order to achieve a healthy work-life balance?
This doesn't mean you have to physically work out like athletes. Rather, it involves training in a multilevel way to help succeed at work and home.
How can you achieve work-life balance through interval training?
Scott J. Behson, PhD, shares why a work-life balance is crucial, as well as why interval training may be the answer.