One of the most important concepts in modern life is the importance of being regularly willing and able to detach ourselves from work, both mentally and electronically. Studies show that workers who are able to detach themselves fully from work tend to be happier, healthier and more productive, which is why it’s unfortunate that the American work culture places more value on not disengaging from work. If you are able to fully detach yourself from work, you might want to take the time to check out Richard Paul Evans’ “5 Kyngdoms” concept as a framework for structuring and organizing your spiritual life.
- People who are able to fully detach themselves from work when appropriate tend to be happier, healthier and more productive.
- Modern work culture, especially Millennials, tends to discourage people from ever disengaging from work, often to their detriment.
- Richard Paul Evans’ “5 Kyngdoms” concept provides a useful framework for organizing the spiritual side of your life.
“Proper detachment/recovery from work is essential for physical and psychological health, in addition to engaged and productive work.”