- In what ways can a woman balance her personal, occupational, and educational responsibilities?
For a woman to balance all of the things that we have on our plate today: personal, occupational and educational responsibilities, she must first start off well rested and surround themselves with positive people and influences that are going to be supportive at meeting and maintaining her goals and objectives. It is sad to say but there are a lot of negative people in the world, personally I try to avoid them. Let the nay sayers have their own place and let them stay out of mine. I prefer to surround myself with people that are positive and bring good energy with them whenever they come around. Secondly, it is extremely important to be very organized in order to juggle so many different task and make the most out of what time do you have, multitasking sixteen hours of the day. And most importantly, she should have a husband or boyfriend that is supportive that shares the same or similar goals in life. If we surround ourselves with people with similar mindset we will help energize each other at different times of need. Friends with positive upbeat to study with have a very strong positive impact on the kind of work you turn in and ultimately the grade you will get in the end. The same can be said for the work environment. Today’s work environment, so many people are unhappy in their jobs and continue in the same jobs never doing anything to change the source of their unhappiness. That is truly sad. Someone very close to me said, you better love what you are work is because you will spend more time in there than in your home. As far as the personal life is concerned, that’s were all the multitasking comes in handy. A text message to a friend while you’re at work or school can sometimes lift your spirits and help you pull your spirits up to make it through another day. Most importantly, quality of friends is more important than quantity.
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