Nigel Marsh found himself in the typical corporate rat race. He never had enough time to spend with his family and attend to his personal growth. When his company’s fortunes turned, he decided to take a year off and reconnect with his family.
His money ran out, and he had to return to work, but he did so with newfound understanding. As he relates in a TED talk below, it’s not enough to wait until retirement to enjoy your personal life. Nor is it realistic to expect to achieve balance every single day. But we can find inspiration in small gestures like meditation or a trip to the playground.
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