I have been working with professionals and senior leaders in the medical, manufacturing, banking, and professional arenas for several years, and one of the common critical issues shared by all is work/life balance. The advent then surge of the coronavirus has raised the interest further, more so than in any of my prior years of experience. Recently, the attention has led to extended conversations of what work/life balance actually is, which subsequently have resulted in a consensus that there is no such thing as a work/life balance for professionals and executives from any industry. There is, however, a self-determined formula for work/life effectiveness.

American psychologist and business management influencer Frederick Herzberg asserts that the powerful motivator in our lives is not money. It is the opportunity to:

The coronavirus has created a mountain of opportunities to realize all four of these factors. However, as Jeffrey Pfeffer in Dying for a...

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