Thank you for asking.
My biggest concern for this site is that these overly-broad "how can I be more awesome?" questions will become the mainstay of this site. It's not that they're inherently off-topic — but you don't stand a chance at making the Internet a better place by asking generalized, generic questions that have been asked 100's of times on every other site on the topic… and the trite, hackneyed answers they attract aren't going to be all that interesting, either.
That's a death knell to this site.
It takes a bit of re-training and forethought to get the hang of asking unambiguous questions about very specific problems you have encountered in your day-to-day work. For example, if you want to ask about improving your work-life balance, ask instead about a specific situation you encounter recently. Describe it. What did you try? Why couldn't you solve the problem on your own? -- Those are the types of specific day-to-day questions that users have a chance of answering. The "damn the man, go home" answers aren't really helping anyone. That's just an example — and it applies equally well to all the "how do I get that raise," "how do I improve my resume," and "how do I work better with my co-workers?" -style questions that are going to get asked in endless variations.
If the answers do not address a very specific problem, you might be taking the wrong, scatter-shot approach to your questions — You're just throwing out a basic premise to start a discussion. Users are left only guessing what might actually help you. That's a good use of a support group or discussion forum, but not a Q&A site.
The remediation is to stay vigilant. Guard jealously the core purpose of this site. If a question can be improved, improve it. If you have concerns, leave a comment or start a meta post. If a question is not a good fit, close it.
But don't be rude or overly curt. You can be a bit more strict early in the beta, because these earliest days are more about setting the right path than getting everyone's questions answered. But take every opportunity you have to discuss why you took an action or feel a post or behavior might need consideration. Leave lots of signposts to help guide users who might not "get" what this site is about.