“If you don’t have enough time to do all the things you need to do, it’s a sign of your lack of control. It’s a manifestation of a lack of good boundaries. You have to set boundaries and get rid of some of the things you’ve chosen to do, or reduce your obligations. You have to pull back and get control by eliminating the less important stuff and staying with the actions that are comfortable and reasonable.
Being a workaholic is a disease of the ego. It often comes from a poor self-image, which requires you to overachieve to win approval. Don’t become a power freak, and don’t become a money freak. Get a life first, and do the other stuff as much as you need or want to – everything in moderation.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Infinite Self”
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