Entrepreneurs And Importance Of Holidays

Published on Author Vivek Krishnan1 Comment

Holidays are good. Entrepreneurs who have set base far from their homes trace their paths back to where they belong. That being said, if you are a person who is currently involved in any kind of startup you will know what “lack of time” literally means.

Importance of Holidays
Importance of Holidays

It is again that time of the year when Christmas carols and New Year parties will dominate your schedule. For entrepreneurs who are catching up with their work, it becomes a humbug. Moreover, employee leave request shoot through the roof in this season.

But you as an entrepreneur must understand…

In today’s world where people work harder and harder to acquire more and more money to improve their standard of living. On getting a holiday after a tiresome period of hard work, a person feels as if he is released from a jail and feels free. A holiday brings a change in the routine of a person.

When a person gets out of the pressure-cooker rut, he feels young and alive. And this brings hope and excitement for the future work ahead.

Most of the entrepreneurs who have come in contact with me are the people who are chonic-workaholics. They are also the people who have failed miserably at marriages and maintaining friendships. It is a fact that workaholics are people who might do well in business, but they will not be happy with life. It is important to give time to your family and friends – this opportunity is presented to you in the form of holidays.

Entrepreneurs try to justify their negligence towards family by claiming he is working for them. Many people do so much for their family and friends that they neglect being with them.

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” is a very famous proverb. It is about time that you begin to remember this proverb for a change: “Work Hard Party Harder

One Response to Entrepreneurs And Importance Of Holidays

  1. Very good post. And also, taking time off really boosts productivity. If you keep working and working, you can’t maintain momentum and will start making mistakes!

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