How you can take extended, unplugged vacations
During my month-long vacation in August (partly in France, partly here at the beach in Connecticut), people kept asking me the same question.
“How exactly are you able to take as much time off as a business owner, without checking in very much? I thought entrepreneurs are supposed to always make themselves available? How on earth do you do it?”
Well, it’s simple actually.
You CAN take (mostly) unplugged, extended vacations, IF you take a few precautionary steps ahead of time, as I explain in this week’s content video:
Imagine taking this December off. Or maybe even August next summer?
In this week’s new four-minute video, I share a few pointers that we use and teach our Leverage students of the Business School to successfully take several weeks off (maybe even months?) at a time, without losing business or your sanity.
In fact, being away can actually produce one of your highest revenue months of the year, as some of our students are experiencing.
Once you watch the video, please share with me in the comments below how much time you would like to take off each year and what you’re going to do to make that happen, OK?
By this time next year, let’s all have a nice extended (and unplugged) vacation planned, shall we?
p.s. Know someone who works too much and could use some more time off in their business? Please send them this blog… They will hug you for it. 😉