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Episode 23: Working from Home | Balancing Guilt and Productivity, and Other Lessons from My 15-Year Experience

I’ve been working from home for the past 15 years. I have learned a lot about maximizing productivity, finding work/life harmony, managing home life, staying fit and maintaining a healthy marriage while working from home. I’ve shared some of these lessons learned and sourced some tips from our MergeLane network in this Fund81 podcast episode.

As a mentioned in the podcast, the work I’ve done through Conscious Leadership and in understanding the Enneagram, has made the biggest impact in my ability to create a spacious life for myself. If you aren’t familiar, check out Leadership.Camp and take the RHETI test to dip your toes into the Enneagram.  

More of My Thoughts on This Topic
Episode 22: Managing Anxiety | Lessons from an Anxious Entrepreneur
How Conscious Leadership Bought Me 5 Hours of Extra Time Each Day
Shedding My Commitment to the Conventional Schedule
Episode 15: Fitting Fitness into a Startup Schedule with Nicole DeBoom

Related Content from Our Network
Running Conscious Virtual Meetings on Zoom
An Open Letter to Startup Founders Everywhere in a Time of Crisis (Techstars’ David Cohen)
Tips for Working from Home from the Foundry Network
The Playbook for Startup Survival with Steve Blank (Nick Moran’s Full Ratchet Podcast)
Free CFO Services from the COVID-19 Finance Assistance Network




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