I am that type of person who will set an exercising goal for themselves and then not accomplish that goal just because of a little laziness. When it hit 2017, I told myself I would exercise a lot and eat healthier, but I don’t think I have been doing a good job on that. Since it is summer break now, and I have a lot of time on my hands, I hope that I can start to make exercise a routine for me. Here is exercising, as told by Disney lyrics.
• “With all the strength of a raging fire(I’ll Make a Man Out of You)” When you are starting your warm-up routine,you tell yourself you are super strong, and you can handle pretty much anything.
• “I know every mile will be worth my while(Go to the Distance)” You are starting to have a bit of doubt as you…
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Entrepreneurship is a glorified lifestyle. Images constantly flood social media, blogs, and online publications of startup owners on yachts in Italy, sipping piña coladas in the Caribbean, partying in Spain, and meditating in India.
But what many entrepreneurs don’t share is that we spend a lot of time on those trips working. The truth is, when you own and run a business, there is really no such thing as a vacation.
Someone will always need your opinion, especially if you’re a solopreneur or work with a small team. Some emergencies may require your final signoff. And some clients will blatantly ignore any need on your part, for personal time or space.
But with planning and proper execution, you can manage to have something that sort of resembles a vacation, and for the committed entrepreneur, it’s enough. In fact, here’s how I unplug from Alexis Chateau PR when…
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