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Are You A Workaholic? Three Steps To Fix Your Relationship Issues!

Does your better half complain that you spend too much time on the computer? Are you ever accused of being a workaholic?

If your business causes major riffs in your relationship, you’re not alone.

With our 24/7 ability to grow our business through smart phones, social media and laptops, entrepreneurs around the world are constantly tempted to do “just one more thing” every free second we have.

It makes sense. After all, when you’re super passionate about your work — it doesn’t feel like work at all and you want to do it all the time!

But I can tell you from experience that too much time on the computer can cause major relationship issues. If left unchecked, being a workaholic will totally destroy your relationship.

An eff’d up personal relationship will not only wreak havoc on your soul, but it can have a huge, negative impact on your business, too.

Even if you don’t have a significant other, working all the time can lead to massive overwhelm, or worse, massive burnout.

If your better half thinks you’re a workaholic, watch this video to learn three simple strategies I created to deal with this issue in my own life.

Make sure you pay special attention to the third strategy. This one idea has saved my relationship (and my own sanity) more times than I can count.

In the comments below, I’d love to hear your take on this issue.

There is nothing more important in life than the people you love. Using these ideas can literally save your relationship. If you know someone who is struggling with this issue, please send them this post.

Loads of love,

Marie

~Content originally from marieforleo.com~

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Marie Forleo is bestselling author and creator of the award-winning show, MarieTV.com which reaches women in 188 countries around the world. She has been featured on Forbes.com, Oprah Radio and The New York Times among others.  www.marieforleo.com  You can also hook up with Marie at http://twitter.com/marieforleo/  and http://www.facebook.com/marieforleo.

  • http://TheRelationshipInsider.com/ Sheryl Kurland

    Here’s an add-on to Marie’s great ideas……Not only plan QUALITY time together but continuously keep a running list of “fun things we want to do together.”  They can be simple or magnificient.  Often when couples get to their “together” time, they look at each other and one person says, “What do you want to do?”  And the other responds, “I don’t know.  What do you want to do?”Neither person can think spontaneously of anything.  The “fun things we want to do” list prevents this vacuum!