Stress relief and the Christmas holidays is a time to take a break and enjoy with family and friends.

My four children and their families are coming over for our famous traditional Midnight supper on Monday December 24, 2007. This appears to be the only time that is good for everybody.

Whether or not we like to admit it most entrepreneurs spend long hours at work. You know how easy it is to get caught up with work and forget about our purpose for working this hard.

YES, we have the pleasure of a flexible schedule and the ability to take time and the financial freedom to do what we want. Here’s the truth: Many of us get caught in front of the computer spending long hours instead of taking a break with our families.

OK. I know it takes time to be successful, but when an opportunity comes along to stop and take a break and spend time with those we love. Don’t miss it… Take advantage of it.

YES. I am following my own advice in case you’re wondering.

May you and your family continue to be richly blessed during the Christmas holidays and enjoy a prosperous New Year.

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Cecil McIntosh, The EYC™ Stress Management Expert, Teaches you how to transform stress into success. You will discover how to get twice the results with half the effort and realize how easy it is to relax anytime anywhere. He is a published author of many audio Relaxation Programs using accelerated learning approaches and a
Teacher, NLP Trainer and life Coach. You can reach Cecil at cecil.mcintosh@gmail.com

Want to learn more tips and tools for taking a break? Or ** IS YOUR LIFE TOO BUSY … TOO MUCH STRESS? ** Do you want to find more time to enjoy stress relief? – Split Second Stress Relief

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