Saturday March 28, 2020

IMI: Getting the balance right

Many of us achieve our career goals, but at a personal cost. We need to mesh personal ambition with professional targets for a more fulfilling life, writes Jamie Anderson

31st May, 2015
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By his thirties, management guru Jamie Anderson had aná enviable career, but it came at the cost of his personal relationships and passions.

Many people in business reach a level of high professional achievement only to realise that the commitments and trade-offs that this requires are excessive. It is one thing for people not to achieve their dreams – but it is another for them to reach their professional goals and then to realise that the wider outcome is not what they want. That was my story.

Many of us from Generation X who have achieved professional goals...

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