Over the past several weeks I completed a 6-week Sabbatical. This time was set aside to recharge, refresh and re-engage with my passions. But to top off the experience with a cherry on top, my wife and I took a much needed family vacation.
The challenge of taking a vacation, is finding the time, but also unplugging from modern life. Computers, phones and tablets are challenging to get rid of, because we’re always needed to be plugged into the matrix. In today’s episode, I want to walk you through 7 things you can do to recharge your batteries and come back from vacation refreshed and stress free.
In Today’s Episode:
- Disable, or turn off your email accounts.
- Delete, or log-out of important task oriented programs.
- Don’t focus on Twitter, Facebook or any social media.
- Set up auto-responders on email and telephone.
Resources in today’s episode:
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