Stop Pushing to Finish One More Email – Cartoon


Trying to get our work done early so we can get home to our families is a part of the holidays.

Remember that your next email will be waiting for you when you get back.

Have a merry christmas and a happy new year!

Thank you for being you and reading this blog. Without you I wouldn’t be this happy.

* Need a boost to your work happiness? Then check out the Happy at Work Project and start one yourself.

* Jonathan of Awake at the Wheel wrote a brilliant post about pushing when we have the most leverage. Check it out Sprint At the Top, Even if it Kills You?
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9 thoughts on “Stop Pushing to Finish One More Email – Cartoon”

  1. Karl,
    This is a great time to step away from work, and really be with family. There is something about the Christmas season, and the end of the calendar year – that makes being with family feel right and good.

    May your holiday season be filled with much peace and joy, Karl, for you and your family….

  2. Excellent advice Karl. It is all too easy to get caught up in that “one last email”…. but the truth is as you say, they will still be there when we get back!

    Wishing you and your family a fantastic holiday season – may love, happiness, joy and peace always light your path!

  3. Karl,
    Thanks for spreading the joy this post will bring if people take your advice and forget that last email or two. I wish you joy and peace and very little computer time over the holidays. Tess xo

  4. Hi Lance, Family is so very important. We need to always take time to enjoy them.

    Hi Evita, And the same to you. Your blog is a light for many people’s paths. Keep up the great work!

    Hi Audra, I wish you a wonderful, relaxing and festive holidays.

    Hi Tess, I also appreciate the joy that you spread. Your guest post on this blog was wonderful. My most commented post to date.

  5. Hi Karl,

    Great cartoon and so true, as usual! Thank YOU for being who you are and putting so much energy, compassion and humour into your blog. And thank you to all of your readers who so generously share their wisdom, insights about their life and work experiences. This really is an awesome online community.

    Best wishes,Karl, to you and your family and I hope you have lots of fun watching your baby experience his first Christmas. Bright blessings for lots of happiness, health, wealth (in all its forms),love and laughter throughout 2010.

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