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WHAT IS IMPORTANT IN LIFE?- Why Not 3? Work Life Balance for Entrepreneurs - Michelle

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Published on Feb 15, 2016

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A lot of people miss the concious awareness of what they find important in life. With Why Not 3 work life balance for entrepreneurs she found out and reminded herself again, that becoming succesful does not mean neglecting everything. It means that you have to MAKE time for people that you love. A work life balance for entrepreneurs then is something unique and requires discipline. But they pay-off is worth it, because in the long run you will be able to sustain your time management, your time efficiency and just in general your time awaraness.
Having time for you friends and family, makes you as an entrepreneur in return more satisfied with the work life balance that you have created for yourself. That is why Why Not 3? work life balance for entrepreneurs is so passionate about providing a training platform, so that people can start growing and getting more passionate about what they do.
Not only are the why not 3 principles necessary for a persons success, but also the work life balance principles can change the way an entrepreneur operates. I hope you resonate with the important principles in life, and strive to achieve a perfect work life balance with the why not 3 principles.

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