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How I learned to take better breaks

As entrepreneurs, we are celebrated for logging numerous hours. Our culture praises the managers and employees who are first in and last to leave the office.  It has taken me nearly two decades as a type A entrepreneur to understand that running at full steam without pause isn’t good for my happiness, creativity or productivity. In fact, it was jeopardizing both my health and business.
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