unplug

Too many entrepreneurs are imprisoned by their own companies and need to make the transition to falling back in love with the firms they started.
On my family adventure this summer, I gave into the unreliable cell reception throughout several national parks from Yellowstone down to The Petrified Forest...and UNPLUGGED.
What's the one thing that we all have 24 hour access to, is free, we can use as much as we'd like and is a powerful natural way to help us find clarity, focus and be present? You guessed it... breath!
"The vast majority of employees are incredibly relaxed and calm after they get back."
There is plenty of advice to be found these days all over the web about the necessity to unplug regularly from technology: to take a day a week where you disconnect from the internet, switch off your phone and give it all a break. Of course, it is ironic that these suggestions to disconnect from technology are being disseminated through social media.
"It's when people are vulnerable and hesitate that they often reveal the truer parts of themselves."
Admit it, you're totally checking your email.
Here's how life changed when I banished my iPhone from my sleep sanctuary.
Unplugging by itself probably won't work some magic in your life. But if you spend that digital-free time focusing on your relationships and activities you enjoy, now that can make your life better.