Take Time For You by Robert Finkelstein

Take a breakAre you a workaholic? And proud of it?
Don’t be.

You have to find the balance between work and play. To be honest, I’ve struggled with this for years. I’ve come up with excuses why I can’t leave work early or take time off. Whatever the reason, there’s got to be a solution.

I’ve touched on some very simple time management tools, that when applied, will free up some time. With that new found time, yes, some of it can be put toward projects that were temporarily shelved, but more importantly, it can be time for YOU. Your batteries need to be recharged. I’m suggesting on a daily basis. Take a lunch break, get out of your office, and clear your head.

Relax at workMeditate, read a book, call a friend, exercise…blog. Whatever you need to do…do it. When you get back into your work, you’ll be more productive and focused. Make it part of your schedule – no calls, no emails, no interruptions. Now, for an even greater challenge. Schedule a vacation…even if it’s months from now. Get it on the calendar. Something to look forward to.

Personally, I think reading my blog during your daily breaks is an excellent start.

If you have any questions or comments,
please write them below or email me at Robert@RobertFinkelstein.com.

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One Response to “Take Time For You by Robert Finkelstein”

  1. debkorte Says:

    Glad to see that you take your own advice and took some time for yourself at the gym….

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