Work-Life Balance Tips: Straight From the Leaders

By SiliconIndia  |   Tuesday, 31 March 2015, 13:24 Hrs
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BANGALORE: In a world where people are increasingly entering the work sector and contributing to the economy, it is equally important for them to focus on the time spent on work and life outside work.



work life balanceStriking a balance between work and lifestyle can be strenuous but it is certainly not an impossible task. Managing your time, prioritizing your health, extracting time for yourself are important elements of balance one need to achieve between work and life, reports The Economic Times.



Is your life to running out of balance? Here are 5 leaders who have been successful not only at work but also enjoy life apart from work. They have shared their work-life balance tips with us.



TechnologyRicha Kar
Founder & CEO, ZIVAME.COM



Richa Kar provides the credits to her husband Kedar who suggested her to hit the balance with the aid of technology. Technology has proved to a boon on the mankind. Today technology has helped us to make use of the virtual world making us present at multiple venues at the same time. The young CEO has smart ways to keep the time in check. She makes use of Evernote to chalk down her ideas instead of storing it at the back of her mind. She doesn’t compromise on going on holidays yet keeps in touch with her employees through message apps.



Richard Rekhy
CEO, KPMG INDIA



Rekhy is bestowed with the guidance of his mentor who shared the tips to bring balance in life. According to him, one must treat work as a part of his life instead of considering it as a duty. Rekhy is of the view that harmony plays a vital role in our lives and we should work towards achieving it in our work and life.   In addition to this communication is essential too. Keeping in touch with work and family brings balance to life. Our motive should be pleasing the ones who matter and making the most of the me-time.



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