As a business owner, I’ve found that the summer months have a way of challenging my ability to focus. Fortunately, with the right coping techniques, you can avoid letting these next few months thwart your productivity.





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Written by lyceum
10 days ago

Rachel: I have to get the " Gone fishin' " sign! ;)

Have a good one! :)

All the Best,

Martin



Written by centralpawebster
9 days ago

That's a must! You, as well!



Written by lyceum
10 days ago

Rachel: I will work on publishing and marketing my first book on tea, during the summer. I will take some micro weekend vacations, visiting friends' summer places. I will probably go on a couple of boat rides at the west coast and enjoy the archipelago. It could be relaxing and giving energy at the same time. I could take notes, listen to podcasts and audiobooks, meditate, etc.



Written by centralpawebster
10 days ago

There you go! Throw some fishing in there and you're set.



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