Work…home…the children…your spouse…hobbies…parents…the dog…the cat: how do you balance it all? The answer is…you don't have to. A healthier view of work and life is that they aren't so much balanced, which implies that one wins and one loses. Rather, they are integrated.

Watch our parenting webinar - Integrating Work & Life: Four-Way Wins - to learn strategies to take you from tug-of-war between work, parenting, and family to peaceful co-existence.

Stew Friedman, Director of the Work/Life Integration Project at Wharton, shares concepts from his 2014 best-selling book, Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life. In this book, Friedman discusses "the idea that work competes with life ignores the more nuanced reality of our humanity - the intersection and interaction of four central domains: work, home, community, and the private self."