Summer is coming, and I know we all want to soak up the sunshine with family or friends or even have some extra time to ourselves. That’s a big part of why we became entrepreneurs, right? To prioritize time off to recharge.
In today’s episode, I’m talking about why it is so important to prioritize the life that you want to live and sharing three things I want you to do, right now, to make time for yourself.
Whether it’s shorter work days in the summer, taking off the entire month of December, or 3-day weekends, make yourself a priority. Your business should support your lifestyle and not the other way around.
On Today’s Show You’ll Learn:
- The importance of being proactive in how you set up your business to support time off
- Mapping out your ideal summer, creating a specific plan in your business to support it, and taking steps right now to make it possible
- Setting boundaries and communicating your plan to others (clients, family, employees)
- Why prioritizing yourself is key to your success as a CEO
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