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Chris Reimer on Work Life Balance

Chris Reimer on Work Life Balance

Design your own user experience,” or someone else will do it for you! I had a fascinating chat with author Chris Reimer that included paradigm shifts and work life balance insights along with the value of being happy both at and away from your work.

He has a very engaging and thought provoking way of getting his point across. Being mentally, physically and spiritually happy at work is possible without compromising profits. It’s clear that his insights about this topic have been percolating all his life. As Chris says, “there is no commute long enough to shake off bad working conditions.” 

Chris Reimer is an award-winning communication strategist, entrepreneur, lecturer and author. Entrepreneur Magazine named him one of the top Twitter users in the world to follow and is one of the Most Influential Twitter Users in St. Louis. His new book “Happywork” is a parable about the journey to teamwork, profit and purpose. Chris’s book will absolutely, positively impact many and turn conventional thinking right side up; exactly where it belongs.

Highlights ~

  • Work/life balance
  • Designing your own user experience
  • Paradigm shift – go to work and expect to be happy
  • Is your head in the right place?
  • It’s not about the tools, its about the preparation

Resources ~

Offers and Gratitude ~

Chris is offering the first three chapters of “Happywork”. Check out Creative Warriors Offers Page where you can grab Chris’ offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.

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