So. . . Are you a workaholic?

You might be saying, “yes, Neill, I know for sure I am,” or maybe you’re saying, “no, I really don't think so.” But I want you to listen to this episode, because your answer might be different after you hear what I have to say.

Most people define a workaholic based on the number of hours they work, but I have a pretty different take on it, and it's the reason I think so many more people are actually workaholics and don't even realize it.

Today, I'm going to define “workaholic” for you, and then if you're a workaholic, I'm going to tell you how you can recover from it if you want to. 

In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 

I want you to go out this week and really pay attention to your brain. How many hours of your day are you spending engaging in work vs. your life? And do you like the result that you see? If not, you now have the tools to change it. 

If you want to know more about how much of a workaholic you are, you're going to want to check out my new quiz which you can find on my website at Have a beautiful, unbusy week and I will see you here next week! 

If you’re loving what you’re learning on this podcast every week - the tools, the strategies, and the brain hacks to unbusy your schedule and also unbusy your mind so that you can unbusy your life - please subscribe, rate and review by heading to Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.


The "It's Working Process"

+ The definition of a workaholic
+ Why you’re working a lot more hours than you think 
+ What it means to have your work brain turned on
+ Why we shouldn't think of being a workaholic as being right or wrong/ good or bad
+ How to take control of when you are or are not thinking about work
+ How to set up your calendar to make your days more efficient 
+ Setting yourself up for success 

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