On this episode of the Good, Bad, or Bull$#*! podcast Beau, Michael and Crofton burn the midnight oil to prove they are unaffected by workaholism. Is characterizing a person as a “workaholic” pejorative, and in so doing we use a term that merely sounds clinical but is really meant to be derisive towards individuals who enjoy and/or are committed to their work, or does the English language truly lack a concise word for those individuals who engage in work activities “too much” to the detriment of their own psychological well-being and other important aspects of their lives such as relationship and adventure?
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