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Working just feels good, . You know...that feeling we get when we are trying to accomplish som

  Working just feels good, . You know...that feeling we get when we are trying to accomplish something. When we are working hard for what we want in life. It makes us feel important. In fact, it makes us feel so good that it's easy to become addicted to it without realizing it. At least, that's what happened to me. It happened a few years ago when I still had a full-time job. Back then, I was a software engineer and had just been promoted as a team leader. What did that mean to me? More responsibilities. Still, I was excited about this opportunity! I wanted to make things right. I wanted to show everyone in the company I could handle this responsibility. This goal became my obsession. I started sleeping less so I could get to the office earlier and immediately start working on my to-do list. I ate lunch at my desk to get things done faster. At home, I was always checking my inbox just in case anything urgent came up. I just couldn't stop thinking about work. I became so addicted to work that my personal life started getting affected. I had so much work to do that I wasn't sleeping well. I never really had any time left for exercise. When I played with my son, I wasn't really paying attention to him. I wasn't there for them. My body was, but in my mind all I could think about was work. It even got to a point where I would spend more time at the office than at home. My whole life was starting to crumble... Still, all I could think about was that project I had to deliver by Friday. It was a bad place to be, . That's when I realized something had to change. I just couldn't keep living like this. If I did, I would've ended up losing all the things that truly mattered to me. But how? How could I stop being obsessed with work and pay attention to other things in my life? You know what the answer was? By redefining what success meant to me. In my mind, having a great job and being able to provide for my family was my definition of success. That's why I was always aiming to get better at my job. I wanted to be more productive and more efficient. What I realize though is that having a great job was just one part of being successful. Living a full life means thriving in every area of your life. Not just one. And whilst I was giving so much attention to one area, I was failing in others. I also had to take care of my family, my health, and my relationships with other people. That's what mattered the most. So, I started doing just that. I started spending more time with my wife and child. I started exercising daily and eating healthier foods. I also started meditating and taking care of my spirituality. Then, something amazing happened. My life started depending less and less on the job I had. My priorities changed. All of a sudden, my life didn't revolve around my job anymore. I was able to set boundaries and delegate tasks without feeling nervous or guilty. And that gave me more time to be with my family and loved ones. My life wasn't about getting the next promotion anymore. Now, happiness was my ultimate goal. Maybe you're going through the same struggle I went through, . Maybe your work has completely taken over your life and you don't know what to do. That's why I wrote the Full Life Framework Essential Guide. To teach people like you how to create a rich and meaningful life with no sacrifices. [And I want to give you this book today,]( FREE.]( So, If you want to stop struggling to balance everything in life and achieve real success... [Click here to get your book]( Sent to: {EMAIL} [Unsubscribe]( Lifehack, Unit 33554, PO Box 6945,, London, W1A 6US, United Kingdom

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