• Jock


I believe it’s best to plan in days off or weeks off in advance, depending on the period you are going through at work.

For myself generally, I want to take a 2-days off at the end of every 2 months because otherwise I begin to burnout. (Thurs,Friday,Sat,Sun)

Business is a 10 year marathon made up of sprints.

However, some days you just feel wrecked. I suggest strongly that you take THAT exact day off or the one after and ensure that you re-energise.

A day off here and there can keep you powering for weeks more.

I’d rather take a day off than have to take a week or more on sick/burnout leave.

Think about the net affect.

Just do it.

If your boss thinks you shouldn’t have a day off or that you are soft, change jobs.

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