Happiness made easy: Work-life harmony for frontline leaders

Moyer, Matt; Dunphy, Mike
June 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Jun2007, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p38
The article discusses the concept of work-life harmony (WLH), being able to create and sustain a reasonable degree of happiness and fulfillment in life. According to the author, this can be attained by making good choices concerning professional life, health, and wellness that requires planning, prioritizing, and adaptation grounded by clear goals. Creating a better WLH and its consequences are also discussed.


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