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Live and Let Work: A Guide to Enjoy Your Corporate Job by Tim Allard is a wonderful guide to enjoying a corporate career, detailing the common challenges that lead to burnout or discontent in the workplace with helpful solutions for overcoming them. Allard’s stance is that people don’t live two lives: work life and home life. There is only one life, and each employee must ensure that they live it happily. Allard identifies some of the daily work activities that drain people’s energy and motivation, namely emails, meetings, presentations, and how to make them more effective. He deals with the simple adaptations you can make to your workspace, the importance of how you start and end your day, deciphering language, managing expectations, and aligning your work’s vision to your personal goals. Allard provides a practical guide that can change perspectives about the corporate grind and help people bring their true and best selves to work daily.
Live and Let Work by Tim Allard is a bold and candid book highly relevant in the current corporate space. Allard provides an honest description of the day in the life of a corporate worker, the good and the bad, which gained my confidence in his ability and immediately gripped my attention with his solutions. Controversially, he doesn’t believe in the work-life balance that everyone speaks about, and he illustrates his point well. Corporate life is a reality for most, but not everyone will become entrepreneurs, and they certainly don’t have to. Allard provides a compelling argument and helpful tips on how people can start to enjoy their corporate job.