Season 4, Episode 10

How to Turn Off Work and Be More Present

On this episode, we’ll be talking about how to turn off work when you’re not in the office in order to be more present for life happening around you.

We’ll be covering the three practical steps I take to limit screen time to not only preserve time with my family, but to keep me from sinking into the endless loop of thinking about work 24/7. That’s a tall order as a small business owner, so let’s dig in.

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I believe that champagne and truth are both best served straight, with bubbles to help keep things fun. Running a business is hard, and you're busy- let's cut to the chase and grow a smarter business that supports a life you LOVE.

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