While taking time off from work is often much-needed to get away from a hectic work life, research also shows that it is important for your health.
Whether you have three days, one week or two weeks of glorious vacation time, doctors say that if you don’t take advantage of this break from work, your stress and mental health will suffer.
But for the cannabis entrepreneur, it can be tricky. Between when and how you should take time away to your employees knowing your company’s philosophy on taking vacation time it's not easy.
So in this week's episode Chip talks more about the benefits of vacations for you and your employees, as well as the three invisible "gates" that stop most companies and their owners from being able to take time away.
Plus, we'll have our "News of The Day" segment.
Want to learn more about anything discussed in this week's episode? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and let's discuss!
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