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Why Every Entrepreneur Should Spend Less Time Looking at Screens

Don't let your mind and body deteriorate because you're too stubborn to take a break

Chances are, you have a laptop, a tablet and a smartphone. You watch TV, employ an ereader and interact with digital screens to do everything else, from adjusting the temperature in your home to ordering food in (or from) a neighborhood restaurant.If you’re an ...

by Anna Johansson  | December 16, 2017 12:00:00
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Vacation Tips From a Workaholic

You might think you can't afford to step away from your business. The truth is, you can't afford not to

My family and loved ones complain that I seem to always be “on.” It's hard to argue with them. I typically average four hours of sleep a day and work late into the night.Being a workaholic isn’t necessarily a bad thing -- if you ...

by Chidike Samuelson  | June 01, 2017 12:00:00
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(Infographic) The Best Ways to Use Breaks to Be More Productive

To be your most productive self, take a step back from your work

Between working, exercising and spending time with family, you may think you’re giving yourself enough breaks, but what about during work?Taking breaks throughout your work day is vital to maximizingproductivity. Think you don’t have time? Even a 30-second break can account for an increase in ...

by Rose Leadem  | February 28, 2017 12:00:00
Startup Tips

5 reasons why it's crucial to disconnect for 24 hours a week

Find time to recharge, refresh through reconnecting with family and friends, doing other enjoyable activities.

Every week, no matter what is going on, I disconnect for 24 hours from my phone, email, and any other electronic gadget. Disconnecting from technology one day a week allows me to recharge and refresh. It saves me from the constant flow ...

by Zach Cutler  | April 10, 2016 09:00:00
Startup Tips

6 benefits of unchaining yourself from your desk to take a break outside

Don't compromise your health. Go out of the office every once in awhile.

Working in a stuffy, artificially-lighted office all day can make you tired and cranky but there is a cure, and it’s as close as the nearest door. Take your work outside. Being out in nature does your body, mind, and soul some good.Whether ...

by Jacqueline Whitmore  | July 17, 2015 05:00:00
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