By Paul S. Waugh, Head Mentor, Lighthouse Global

For a long time I have realised that who we are in our lives and when we enter the proverbial ‘office’ (whatever your ‘office’)   makes all the difference to our performance.

One of the biggest mistakes I believe companies and business leaders make is thinking that personal and work life are two entirely separate things that don’t affect one another. That’s a very one dimensional and linear way of looking at this and it’s just not accurate with how life actually is, which is far more dynamic and complex.

At the end of the day human beings are incredibly complicated and can’t be expected to switch into different modes like psychopathic automatons if we want to enable their full potential.

However we are looking after our motivation at home will always affect us when we are at work and vice versa.

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