Work-life balance sparks viral discussion following British man’s heart attack

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Work-life balance sparks viral discussion following British man’s heart attack

A heart attack made Jonathan Frostick re-evaluate his life priorities, and while recovering, the British man wrote a now-viral post on LinkedIn where he vowed to find a better work-life balance.

We become so attached to our job identity that we will work long, arduous hours to protect it, Eccles School Professor of Management Glen Kreiner told New York Times. “Sometimes, that’s why it takes a catastrophe like this to break us out of autopilot.”

Read the full story in The New York Times.

2021-04-27T13:46:54-06:00April 27th, 2021|

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