Sunday, August 13, 2017

My Amazing Cape Breton Vacation and your small business -How to Manage a Small Business

I took the kids on a 5-day trip to Cape Breton Island.

We saw the Fortress of Louisbourg, the tall ships in Sydney Harbour, the Alexander Graham Bell historic site, the Cabot Trail and the site of Marconi’s first operational trans-Atlantic radio base.  It was a blast.

In this week’s video, I talk about the trip but also about why vacation time is so important.  You need to break your routine to come up with the ideas that ultimately create value.

Your business is an asset that should be delivering this lifestyle.

Don’t believe me? I’ll show you some cool stuff from an article published in Psychology Today all about why we need to get away.

Watch as I talk about the amazing trip I had and why vacation time is so important if you run or will be running your own business:

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