Entrepreneurs and small business owners are known for working long hours all week long, every week of the year. There’s nothing wrong with hard work, but when it becomes a badge of honor, it can prompt us to forego things we need, like sleep, or just time off to take a break and recharge.
You’ll Be More Focused If You Take a Break from Your Business
Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night because you suddenly got a great idea, or remembered something you forgot? It’s because, while you were resting, your brain was able to sort through the events of your day and bring something to the forefront that you forgot, or never realized you needed.
You’ll Be Happier If You Take a Break from Your Business
You Never Know Whom You’ll Meet When You Take a Break from Your Business
Holidays tend to come with holiday parties, and while the original goal of most of these parties is not to network, that doesn’t mean you can’t network. Prospective clients can show up in the most unlikely places, and it’s important to remember that people work with those they know, like, and trust. What better place to get someone to know, like, and trust you than at a party where you’re more relaxed and yourself than you might be in a conference room?
So instead of ditching that party to stay home and craft your next social media post, grab that holiday sweater and get ready to meet some new people and get your name out there.
Let Me Show You How to Take a Break without Sacrificing Income
One of the main reasons I started my business was so I could spend more quality time with my family without sacrificing my income. As a Strategy Rockstar, I love helping my clients do the same thing, so if you think owning your business means you have to be working every waking hour, it’s time to think again. Give me a call so I can help you rethink what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.
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