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A Complete Guide to Winning at Home and Work

By Cory Carlson September 9, 2019

Many of us focus on winning at work. Then, with whatever time and energy is left, we give to our family and to ourselves. In the end, no one wins. Marriages suffer, kids are neglected, teams are not developed, and you are not fulfilled.

Here are some statistics to put this into perspective: 
  • 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States get a divorce
  • 20 percent of stress comes from attempting to juggle work and home life.  
  • Throughout the course of one's life, the average American will spend 90,000 hours at work

Despite these daunting statistics, what if there was a way you could actually still win at work and at home? You're in luck. There is a better way to balance your work and home life. And here’s how:

Leaders who win at home first have capacity to then lead well at work. These leaders are proactive at home, resulting in more fulfillment and energy to bring their best to work. Just as a business with purpose has direction, so does a home.

This previously recorded webinar provides a guide to winning at work and at home by Five Capitals' Director of Business Development and Certified Coach, Cory Carlson.

Cory has helped leaders around the world develop happier and more fulfilling lives. Now, he’s sharing his expertise in a new book, Win at Home First.

Click here to download the first chapter of Win at Home First for free today!

As an entrepreneur, former executive, husband, and father of three, Cory understands the pressures working parents face. He is passionate about helping business leaders win both at work and at home.

Start heading down the path of greater success and meaning through learning how to win at home and at work. To set up a free, 30-minute discovery session with one of our Certified Coaches about these practices, contact us to get started. For more great times on how to balance your work and your home-life, subscribe to our blog!

 

  

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