4 Ways Rest Helps Your Business

Recently, our world was required to shelter in place. This was a very new experience for most of us and most of us will never see it again. However, the shelter in place caused us to pause our regular activities; we had to learn new ways to live and work. You can review more about this in last week’s blog – Collective Pause of 2020.

This week I want to take a look at one of the areas that pausing allows us to focus on. REST is the first part of pausing. Take a look at the video or read the summary below to learn 4 ways REST can help your business during the Collective Pause of 2020.

4 Ways Rest Can Help Your Business

  1. Decision Making – As business owners, we are responsible for making decisions in our business. I have chosen to make decisions only after I have slept on it. This allows me time to make the decision well-rested versus being slightly agitated or overwhelmed by the day’s events.
  2. Ideas – It’s important to have ideas to grow our business and to determine the next steps in our business. Taking a shower allows us to relax our mind, body, and soul which frees us to think more clearly. Enjoy the benefits of the flow of water!
  3. Clarity – When you are not clear on something, rest helps you to gain clarity. Nature helps facilitate rest and relaxation which opens you up to receiving clarity.
  4. Increase in Energy – Business owners have to wear many hats to accomplish success. This can weigh down your energy. It is a great idea to have a day of rest weekly where there is no work, just rest. This allows the mind, body, and soul to rejuvenate and be better prepared to tackle the tasks for the next day or upcoming week.

Be sure you are taking the time to rest intentionally. Having an adequate amount of rest prepares you to manage your business properly. Rest helps you with your decision making, ideas, clarity, and increased energy.

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