In September, I took the first real vacation off from work in about three years.
Earlier in the summer I had implemented what I call “no-work-weekends,” but that’s really not enough.
Did you know that studies show after about 50 hours a week, productivity actually starts to go down?
While working less than 50 hours a week isn’t realistic for some entrepreneurs, I urge you to schedule vacations and breaks into your life for your sanity, health AND business success. They aren’t just luxuries. They are completely necessary.
6 Reasons Vacations are Vital
Your mind needs time to relax in order to foster creativity.
Have you ever found that when you step away from a problem, such as taking a shower, the answer to something you’ve been working on hits you?