According to a recent study of young executives by HubSpot, one in two people say that they need to improve their work-life balance.
One in two people are wrong. Dead wrong.
This idea that success is about "finding balance" is as flawed as it is dangerous.
I get it. You're tired. Beaten down. Feeling the effects of long hours and failure. You aren't sure you have enough endurance to see your way to success.
You've been told that "if you were doing it right," you should be happy and balanced. Enjoying reasonable hours at the office along with adequate time for relationships and your hobbies.
That's a lie.
You don't need more balance between your work and personal life. In fact, that's not even possible. There is, however, a formula for finding fulfillment in pursuit of your success.