Another day another dollar. The alarm clock sounds and it’s time to drag yourself out of bed, imbibe copious amounts of caffeinated beverages and slog off to your 9 to 5 prison. Along the way, you find yourself wondering if Job satisfaction is even possible to happy at work. You spend half your life in the workplace, yet you can feel underpaid, undervalued, and overworked. What can you do to get your job working for you?
In the fast-paced, high-stakes, always-on world of business today, work addiction is becoming a serious concern. It affects more than just your job. It creeps into your personal life and can have a dangerous impact on your mental and physical health. More and more professionals are experiencing the symptoms of over-work and stress that eventually lead to career burnout. But can that be called addiction? In a society that has always valued hard work and dedication, how do differentiate between the drive to succeed and a dangerous obsession?
The ubiquitous nature of modern communications technology has left us, more or less, permanently connected to each other. While this has gone a long way toward creating a truly global community of immeasurable value, it has also contributed to new work-related problems. When individuals feel anxious or guilty about not being available 24 hours a day to respond to work-related issues, they are in danger of succumbing to a newly recognized form of addictive behavior: work addiction. And, just like any other addiction, it can have serious consequences for your health, happiness, and personal relationships.
Long day at the office? Work got you down? Do you feel like there must be more to life than the daily grind? Well… there is. And people all over the world, even though different cultures employ many different happiness practices, find a way to be happy every day.
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It’s easy to believe that not taking days off is a testament to your work ethic and dedication to the company, but it’s just the opposite.
In fact, you’re generally not saving your employer money. And you aren’t doing yourself any favors…