In this article, I share with you 3 powerful reasons why it is good, and even more than that, critical for you to take some time off. Your results and your dreams depend on it. Have a read and learn why it is key and how best to leverage your breaks for maximum impact.





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Written by FrederiqueMurphy
3439 days ago

Just back from a few days away (I do love leading by example!) and discovering the sugar (!) and comments, thank you; will reply to each comment!



Written by denisefay
3446 days ago

Great advice Frederique. Taking time out is something that us entrepreneurs feel guilty about and we really shouldn't. I know that in order for me to stay top of my game and be creative, that I need to take a break. Sometimes its a cup of tea and a kit-kat; other times it's a run.

But great advice.

Take care,

Denise



Written by FrederiqueMurphy
3439 days ago

Hi Denise,

Thanks for your comment.

Glad you've enjoyed the advice. You bring such a great point by mentioning the word "guilt"; I see it almost all the time, and it is entirely possible to go from guilt-full to guilt-free, and even more than that, to then realise how productive, creative and necessary the time out are; in my experience, once you get it started, it is a behaviour that becomes very easy to adopt, again, again and again ;-)

Have a fantastic week!

Frederique



Written by HeatherStone
3449 days ago

Frederique,

Taking a break is so important! This is something especially solopreneurs sometimes mistakenly believe they don't have time to do. But just the opposite is true. Take a break occasionally or burn out. It's that simple!



Written by FrederiqueMurphy
3439 days ago

Hi Heather,

Thanks for your comment.

Yes, it is one of those myths, and I was happy to write about it to shift a few minds, and from the feedback so far, I know it has worked! It is critical, and a real key to reaching all of our BIG goals.

Have a fantastic week!

Frederique



Written by Sian Phillips
3450 days ago

I love this post Frederique. I now ensure I have a least a Sunday with no work - maybe I write on a Saturday but that is something I find fulfilling. Time out is a must - for rest, relaxation and rejuvenation too. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com



Written by FrederiqueMurphy
3439 days ago

Hi Sian,

Thanks for your comment.

Delighted you loved the post! And, are applying its teaching; as I wrote, sometimes, we need to learn, and by starting gradually it helps the curve!

Have a superb week (and a great RRR Sunday)!

Frederique



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