When it comes to balancing work and life, sometimes we’re on own worst enemies. In this podcast, you’ll hear how one women got past the internal guilt of what she thought she “should” be doing at work and got honest about what she “could” be doing.
“It was one of those, ‘It’s not you, it’s me’ moments,” says Amanda Dustan, talent management senior associate at McGladrey. “It came down to my own way of thinking about how to get work done. I needed to take a step back and understand my priorities and workload.”
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