Ike Madu: 3 Proven Ways To Maintain Work-Life Balance

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When you are successful in business or when you are at the top of the corporate ladder, life outside your career becomes more challenging. One minute you are called for a board meeting, and the next you are rushing for a conference call with a client. You extend your working hours to review business reports, and when you are home, your mind is on the business expansion plan.

Then, before you know it, you are missing your mom’s birthday or even your own. You’ve forgotten about your daughter’s first piano recital. You and your spouse haven’t celebrated your wedding anniversary together because you totally forgot about it.

I, Ike Madu, have 3 tactics for you to have a work-life-family balance.

Establish Your Why

Ask yourself why you are doing what you are doing. Productivity isn’t about working from sunrise to midnight. It is about accomplishing your goal. Knowing your goal will help you find motivation in accomplishing it.

Take A Break

Yeah, you have a deadline to catch. Taking a day off would be a waste of time as it might ruin your schedule. But, a single day away from the hustle and bustle office life is more than enough to reset your mind and body. This will improve your focus.

Delegate Your Tasks

Delegating the task makes the work easier. As you entrust the responsibility to them, your employees will feel empowered that you have confidence in them.

These steps are quite simple but require a consistent effort to achieve them. Practice more often and eventually, you will feel the balance.

Ike Madu

Maigrit PLC

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Ike Madu Maigrit PLC: Love Island Opens Summer

 

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You know that summer has officially started when ITV 2 airs the dating reality TV series, Love Island. Just like the famous Big Brother, Love Island has weekly elimination through votes by the participants’ fellow flatmates as well as the public. This seven-week challenge will end in mid-July, with winners taking home £ 50,000.

Hosted by the 37-year old Caroline Flack, Love Island will be shot in a Spanish island of Majorca, where the place is as hot as the contestants.

Ike Madu

Maigrit PLC