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June 07, 2005



Interesting are basically saying that all of us are going towards Maslow's pyramid towards self-actualization?

And if so, when does "work" end and "life" begin...or do the lines become hazy and blurred...and if so, how do others get affected when I get more and more involved in life/work?

Do we head back to small family skills based kind of the seventeenth century?

Curt Rosengren

All of us? I'd say that's a pretty big stretch. Many? Yes, I think it's definitely a trend.

Re the lines between life and work, yes they do get blurred - in a good way, I think. But that doesn't mean there isn't a need to keep in mind that there is more to life than just work, even if you love it.

Not sure where you're going with the family skills based work question.


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