How running makes you a better employee

One goal that every person should have is to maintain work-life balance. If you are not careful, work can easily consume your life giving you little time for family, friends, and of course running.

Instead of falling prey to the workaholic mentality, make a point to set aside time for non-work activities. As shown in a recent study by the Harvard Business Review, making time for exercise can improve your quality of life in all areas.

Of course, not all bosses and human resources managers understand the importance of exercise. You might receive negative comments for running at lunch or on the commute.

This is really unfortunate because running will help give you the work life balance you need to be a better employee.

[Harvard Business Review]

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