As I write this, my family is planning to leave on vacation. We’re going to spend a few days with family and friends, then a few days in a lakeside cottage. Nothing exotic, just a lazy, restful vacation. Vacation. To those of us who are self-employed, that often sounds like a foreign word...
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I remember several long phone conversations with Nik. He was a very open and giving guy. He invited me to dinner and a ride in one of his collector cars if I was ever in Chesterton County, Pa. I invited him out for some great Italian food and tour of the Chicago skyline if he was ever in my town. But, sadly, I never got to meet Nik face-to-face. I thought there would always be another day for that; we both had busy work schedules.
Unfortunately, there isn't always another day to get around to it.
Finding time is hard
If you wait to find time for a vacation, you never will. Urgent things have a way of crowding out important things. Instead, make the time. Doesn’t matter if it’s just a few days or a full week. Take your schedule right now, call someone close and schedule some time off together.
Taking a vacation can do wonders for you and your sales.
Watch your time closely so you can live your best life.
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