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An ounce of doing is worth a pound of theorising – Wallace Wattles

Work-life balance might feel like a solitary pursuit, but that is never the case, chef. All of your actions, and even your inaction can impact the lives of those around you – whether that is your immediate family or your team.

You might not need reminding of that fact. Perhaps, in every moment, you are conscious of the tough choices that come with working in a demanding profession. Quite often, that might mean letting someone down.

But never underestimate the power of small, thoughtful gestures, chef. And how powerful they can be in reinforcing a connection with those closest to you.

This is why our workshops focus on helping you identify small wins. Work-life balance never has to be about bold, ambitious plans, but starting with a small, well-intended action is totally worthwhile.

It’s all in the doing

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