Both, If my work dosnt show any results then I dont get paid.
You are right. There is a limit or a scale to balance. But why we work is also important.<br />
I explain it like this: I work for my family. I happen to have to do that work at this company at this location. I would work MUCH LESS if I did not have the responsibilities to others that I do. That doesn't mean I would spend my life on the sofa. It would free me up to volunteer more and do more of the things that I like.
I tutr people so I work for results and my job isn't work
The O sticks...I tutor math, biology, writing, communications, business law, management, business, etc
the O still sticks
i only work to get paid, it's just a part time job
When I was young I worked over 60 hrs a week on a flat salary because i wanted to see positive results. When the company went under and most managers got laid off, I realized what a waste of my time that was. Today I am a mother and I work for the experience to get me into a better paying job and of course to survive. When the clock hits closing time - I spring up and go home. You have to have balance in your life.
Some people don't need or care about money, but the bottom line is that all of us work to make a living.
The liine between work and homelife is different for each person. I like what I do but I certainly wouldn't be here unless I was getting paid for it.