“Work-Life Balance” or “Work-Life Harmony”?

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I spied this masterpiece on LinkedIn:  Jeff Bezos’ Work Life Harmony.  From the article:

It seems everyone is seeking work-life balance these days, and many leaders have preached its importance.

Ah yes,  “Work-life balance”, that shopworn cliche of corporate newspeak…

But not Jeff Bezos. The Amazon CEO and the world’s richest person lives by a different concept. In fact, he called the term “work-life balance” “debilitating”…

What?  A leading tech entrepreneur going against accepted beliefs?  What is Jeff Bezos going to disrupt next?  Wait for it…

“I think work-life harmony is a good framework,” Bezos told Thrive Global. “I prefer the word ‘harmony’ to the word ‘balance’ because balance tends to imply a strict tradeoff.”

Wow.  It is a mark of true genius to be able to demonstrate that the one true way is only a single word different from the debilitating habits of the…

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