In this episode, I dive into why it’s so important for entrepreneurs to take breaks even when you feel like you don’t have the time, how breaks actually increase your productivity, and ways you can fit breaks into your schedule.
I also discuss the types of breaks that best serve your energy levels and divulge my top tips and creative techniques for taking productivity-increasing breaks. As a bonus, previous Productivity Straight Talk guest Mariah Secrest Comer chimes in to offer some actionable ideas for simple work breaks that can improve your health.
I hope you’ll enjoy my episode on taking breaks and encourage you to start scheduling them into your routines. Now let’s get to the straight talk!
What You'll Discover In This Episode:
- Why Daily Breaks Are An Absolute Necessity For Entrepreneurs
- Tips For Making Time For Breaks When You Just Don’t Have Time
- The Types Of Breaks That Relax You, Refuel You, Reenergize You, And Help You Refocus
- A Proven Method Of Successfully Creating Effective Work / Break Cycles
- So Much More!
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About The Master Class Host:
Mariah is the owner of WellthyBoss.com and host of The Wellthy Boss Show podcast. A certified personal trainer and fitness instructor, Mariah built her business while working a full-time career in business development. Knowing first-hand how challenging it is to maintain healthy habits while juggling career and family, she also credits her love of health and fitness with giving her the energy needed to keep all the trains running. She’s dedicated to providing overworked entrepreneurs with systematic, practical habits that will give them more energy for their ambitions.
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