Leanna Byrne: 'Even start-ups need a break at Christmas'

Don't risk burnout over the festive period - clients and customers will understand

16th December, 2016
Wired at Christmas? Pic: Pixabay

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. People are winding down and getting ready to let their waistlines inch out.

But for many start-up founders, the idea of taking a few days off brings out a cold sweat. For the whole year they’ve dedicated all their time to their business.

Right now your management structure is flat. It doesn’t matter you’re building the business on your own or have a...

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