involves hard work, no doubt. In fact, there is simply no substitute for hard
work when it comes to achieving success. However, there are certain individuals
who, though they love their work, compulsively work excessively because they
feel compelled to. These individuals work most of the time and find it
difficult to stop.
is covered with digitalism — where virtually everyone is given the opportunity
to work from anywhere, anytime. Are you among others who are swaddled in the
term — workaholism? Well, there are signs to examine which will show if you are
a workaholic or otherwise.
the First to Arrive and the Last to leave the Office
Without dispute, punctuality is the soul of business. To be successful in your
business, punctuality plays a big role. There is nothing wrong if you work for
the growth of the company. But when you are always in constant touch with your office, then you can be said to be a
a Holiday is a No-No
You derive great
joy in your work and so taking a holiday is ruled out because it seems to be
something of little importance. Even when you take the holiday, your mobile
device doesn’t allow you to be off work; you still feel strongly entrenched in
rolling over your Smartphone every now and then. You barely look at what others
are doing right even right in front of you because you are attached to your
Smartphone. You probably have developed Smartphone attachment disorder (SAD).
Family Time is Almost Ruled Out
Time for work and family should be put in place. The members of your family,
especially your wife (or husband), complain a lot that you don’t spend quality
time with them as you should.
though you are not at work, Your mind is
Does your mind
always wander to work subjects while you are expected to be engaged in
activities you find yourself in at the moment? Instead of letting your mind to
be where you are, it’s far from there.
Find it Difficult to have a Good Sleep
to have healthy sleep while in reality, they are unknowingly jeopardizing it.
Admittedly, you want to sleep but your phone is constantly placed beside you
emitting that blue light. That doesn’t do you any good as experts say that the
blue light emitted from your phone disrupts your sleep — which is very
dangerous to your health.
Deprioritize Social Events or Hobbies
Because of your work, you can’t even include a work-free social event on your
to-do list. You don’t have time for your family get-together or hobbies you
used to do with your friends.
Don’t Admit You Are a workaholic
According to a psychotherapist, Bryan Robinson, workaholics are like alcoholics
because they often are in denial that they have a problem. It is often a need
to escape from something within themselves that they are not aware of. You are
not totally open about your addiction even when others tell you that you addicted
to your work.