Park West Gallery CEO featured on Inc.

Albert Scaglione, CEO and founder of Park West Gallery

Albert Scaglione, CEO and founder of Park West Gallery

Inc.com featured Park West Gallery founder and CEO Albert Scaglione in a recent article on work-life balance.

In today’s society, many people are struggling to find a balance with working diligently, spending time with family, and taking care of themselves. In “CEOs: Are You Leading a Balanced Lifestyle?” Scaglione recognizes that it is his passion for family, faith, and fitness that helps him maintain a balance. He sets aside time for spirituality and fitness to prepare for the day.

“It is the total spiritual, physical and mental coalition that really make it all work,” Scaglione says.

The article also recommends that CEOs incorporate artwork into the workplace to facilitate a work-life balance for employees.

Click here to read more.

5 Responses to Park West Gallery CEO featured on Inc.

  1. Michelle Endersby says:

    Great article Albert, I love what you say about artwork in the workplace. I think you’ll enjoy my article about tips we can learn from artists to enhance our working lives http://www.projecteve.com/the-art-of-work-10-tips-we-can-borrow-from-artists/

  2. Dr. Joel Bortz says:

    I wish to sell certain Disney pictures bought on a previous cruise back to the gallery.
    How do I go about it?

  3. robin campbell says:

    I have a Marcel Mouly lithograph titled Le Petit Dejuner signed and numbered. I have been unable to find anything on this. Please help.

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