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Taking Three Months Off From Your Business
Do you believe that it's possible to take three months off from your business? Are you an entrepreneur and/or small business owner feeling burned out or "shackled" to your job? The venture you began (or took over) promising to give you more flexibility and time has in fact produced the opposite—responsibilities which never seem to end.
We are not saying that you should just walk away from your business and cast off your commitments, but is it possible to prepare and plan for time off (and not lose profitability) to be refreshed and gain capacity to innovate and consider new ideas?
What do you think?
Inner Dialogue: Your Biggest Asset Or Your Biggest...
It’s one thing to read one of the many books about how Sir Richard Branson thinks and acts, but it’s another thing altogether to actually implement his strategies. The gap between most people and Richard Branson has a lot to do with having the right mindset. Equally, there’s another important factor to understand because this too can impede the success of small business entrepreneurs. It’s called...
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The reason being is that William and I learned from our own life experience that the rules for businesses run by life partners are very different to the rules for running a ‘normal’ business—meaning those that are not run by life partners. And, unfortunately, there was very little help for life partners who were working together. However, with the likes of the Family Institute and Family Business...