Americans are increasingly spending time working from home. Here are a couple tips on how to balance comfort and convenience with productivity when you’re out of office.
My dad is one of the hardest-working people I’ve ever met. He works long hours and almost never takes a sick day. He’s been really successful in business, and I can easily see why: he just out-works everyone around him, all of the time!
But, lately, I think my dad seems a little over-worked. He’s been doing this for so long, and I think it’s really taking a toll on him. He seems burned out, and I think he needs a vacation. But when I bring this up to him, he’s not very receptive. He’s not a big believer in taking breaks, and he never much enjoyed our family vacations. Now that I’m out of the house and my mother and he are divorced, he’s just not taking breaks at all.
How can I convince my dad to take a break and stop burning himself out like this?
SMU makes Forbes top 100 colleges in the U.S. after jumping 24 spots from last year’s ranking of 105th.