The importance of strategic disconnection

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Among the swaying palm trees, ice-cold Presidentes and fried plantains, I found myself working. “You all work too hard, there’s not enough fun or family time” chastised my brother, the executive president for a global hotel chain, who chooses to live in the Dominican Republic. He got me thinking about the opportunity cost of work, time and life.

*This article was originally posted on The Daily Record.

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