When summer rolls around a lot of us get into the mood for beach weather, cookouts, and vacations with family and friends.
It’s part of our culture.
Even if your children are grown, the world runs on summer vacation.
But what does that mean for your business?
Is your income less than you want in the summertime?
Take all the vacations and summer hours you want. But don’t sacrifice your business’ income. Before you go on vacation and take time off, prepare your business for what that looks like and what you need to do to make sure it happens.
The first step is not to have a summer mindset when you do work and take your business seriously. The days I work during the summer have my full attention. When on vacation, that time has my full attention with fun and relaxation.
The second step is to continue to have conversations to build relationships and conversations to offer others the opportunity to work with you.
The third step is to make sure you’re still visible so people still know who you are during the summer.
In the meantime, stay present during vacation and fun days and present when working in your business.