3 Great Things to Do on July 4th for Your Business

by Melanie Rembrandt, www.rembrandtwrites.com on July 3, 2012

Ahhh.. time to celebrate our independence. As you eat some barbeque, spend time outdoors and watch the fireworks, the last thing you want to do is think about work. However, there are three things you can do that will help your business on this holiday:

  1. Do Nothing.

Most of you already had this on your list. But if you are a workaholic or a business owner, you probably have a list of work tasks you plan to finish while everyone else is taking the day off.

This is fine, and sometimes it’s good to get caught up. But you may want to sit back and do nothing. Not only will you clear your mind by not thinking about work for one day, but you’ll be able to rest. Then, when you go back to the office, you’ll be much more refreshed and likely to think of good ideas to improve productivity, sales and more. Take a break already!

  1. Think About the Positives.

You’ve worked hard all year and deserve a day off. While you’re sitting in your lounge chair, think of all the things you’ve accomplished this year. What are you most proud of with your business?

There is so much doom and gloom in the world, it’s nice to remember the good things you’ve done and get in a more positive mindset.

  1. Reward Yourself.

If you have a crazy schedule, you probably haven’t paid too much attention to the fact that it’s now summer! Get outside and enjoy nature. Have some summer fruit. Walk around barefoot. Do something special to remind you that it is summer time… a time to enjoy being outside, eating fun foods and having a good time. Give yourself a little reward for all of the hard work you do.

It’s Independence Day!

Go out and have some fun in the sun and relax. By doing so, you’ll be more refreshed and a better entrepreneur. Now, turn off your computer and get out there!

Happy Independence Day!

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Janet Glatz July 4, 2012 at 8:34 am

Thank you for reminding me that I should relax and enjoy the holiday for what it is. I will do my darndest not to think about social media, SEO, or business.

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