Tags: ways | improve | business | productivity | vacation

5 Ways to Get Work Done While Still Enjoying Your Vacation

5 Ways to Get Work Done While Still Enjoying Your Vacation
(DreamsTime)

By    |   Thursday, 30 November 2017 08:19 AM

Taking a break from business is a good thing as it gives you the opportunity to visit new places, meet lots of people and shared ideas for business opportunities.

Most entrepreneurs are scared of going on vacation in order not to be told unpleasant stories on their return.

However, you can have an amazing vacation while your businesses thrive.

With these vacation tips, you can handle work-life balance and improved your business productivity:

  1. Plan for your Vacation

You don’t just wake up one morning and plan on going on a vacation the next day. You have to have a plan on where to go, how to go there, what to do there, how much to spend there, where will the resources come from, how long will I stay there and who’s is going to run the business while I am away?

These are critical questions you need to ask and find pragmatic answers to before you can fully embark on a vacation. Entrepreneurs all over the world are planning for the next big vacation, I am not left out as I plan for my DMAdventure trip. You need not be scared of your business success when you have a solid plan.

  1. Build a Positive Work Ethic

A positive work ethic is very important to a company intending to achieve its set goals and objectives. Since work ethic is a set of moral principles an employee uses in his job, it becomes necessary for every member of an organization to have a positive work ethic for its continued existence. Positive business ethics like integrity, sense of responsibility and accountability, quality input, discipline, creativity and hard work are essential for organizational success. Going on vacation will be a lot easy when these ethics are embedded in your employees. Your absence will certainly not be felt as business activities go as planned.

  1. Adhere to Strict Budget Principle

Going on vacation does not mean extravagant spending as a lot of people does. I know it’s usually very tempting when you’re in a new place with lots of attractive stuff to cash in. What you should do in such circumstance is to constantly remember your vacation estimates and have the self-discipline to stick to it.

I have seen some entrepreneurs, out of financial indiscipline, make unbudgeted expenses while on vacation. This directly affected their business finances leading to debt accumulation and tax evasion. This is sheer foolishness and most people are still falling victim to impulse spending. Entrepreneurs in this category should not hesitate to see a debt management company or if they owe federal or state tax debt, they should consult accounting firms that specialize on tax relief solutions to resolve their outstanding tax liability needs.

  1. Always Keep in Touch

Communication is essential when you’re far away from your business. Thanks to digital technology, you can keep in touch with your managers in real time using Skype, Google Hangout, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp etc. Being far away from your business doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be briefed on the daily happenings.

Such briefs are crucial especially when there is a deviation from stated goals, your job is to monitor and correct such deviations to ensure that your organization is moving in the right direction.

  1. Set out a Clear Reward for Excellence

There is a level of freedom employees feel they have when the CEO is on vacation. Such freedom can make or mar the organization’s effort towards goal accomplishment. In order to maintain a positive work ethics, whether you’re present or not, you need to set out a clear reward for excellence.

Employees are usually at their very best when they are certain to get a reward once a particular target is met. To constantly get your employees motivated to put in extra effort to achieve daily organizational tasks, tie productivity to reward. Whether you’re on vacation or not, your employees will have a high sense of commitment and responsibility that’s critical to your business productivity.

Richard Agu is a researcher, entrepreneur and freelancer, passionate about entrepreneurship and self-development. Currently, Richard writes for Entrepreneur.com, Goodmenproject.com, among others. Follow him on Linkedin.com by clicking here now.

© 2019 Newsmax Finance. All rights reserved.

   
1Like our page
2Share
RichardAgu
Taking a break from business is a good thing as it gives you the opportunity to visit new places, meet lots of people and shared ideas for business opportunities.Most entrepreneurs are scared of going on vacation in order not to be told unpleasant stories on their...
ways, improve, business, productivity, vacation
689
2017-19-30
Thursday, 30 November 2017 08:19 AM
Newsmax Media, Inc.
 

Newsmax, Moneynews, Newsmax Health, and Independent. American. are registered trademarks of Newsmax Media, Inc. Newsmax TV, and Newsmax World are trademarks of Newsmax Media, Inc.

NEWSMAX.COM
MONEYNEWS.COM
© Newsmax Media, Inc.
All Rights Reserved