Vinod Sharma

Work-life balance is possible if you are intentional about it.

published3 months ago
1 min read

I took a break from sending this newsletter for the last two weeks, and I have much to share with you.

We went to Niagara Falls with my parents and had a great time.

Watching my parent amazed by the falls gave me such a pleasant feeling that I will never be able to explain. All I can say is that it was worth every effort and decision I had to make for this trip.

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I am a massive proponent of work-life balance.

I was a workaholic in my early career. One day I decided to skip an important work meeting to be with my wife for her gynecologist visit. It has been 12 years since I made that choice, and it still influences my intentions to be with my family.

Sometimes one decision is enough to experience a different way of life.

My Niagara visit is an illustration of that intentionality.

At my 9-5 job, I coordinated a significant release of the AdventHealth Apps. Many rounds of testing, user guides, communication, and command center. After three weeks of busy work, I took a few days off with my family to see Niagara Falls. It is so refreshing and relaxing.

Trust me. You can achieve a work-life balance. Be intentional, and care for yourself and your family.

Exciting updates on my writing initiatives.

I am working on multiple initiatives and building many digital products for my career growth mentorship. These products will be tremendous for your career journey and opportunities.

  1. A new career growth email course.
  2. Shipper OS - a Notion system for writers.
  3. I am helping new writers and mentors inV the Ship30For30 program.
  4. How to Use LinkedIn for Your Career Growth as a Beginner Programmer.

That's a wrap.

Next week I will talk about imposter syndromes.

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