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February 16, 2015

30 Day Startup Video Blog, Day 21: The Consequences of Taking Time Off.

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Despite my best attempts I could not edit and upload yesterday’s video blog in the middle of the desert. So I’ll just have to be one day behind schedule, another consequence of taking time off.

In today’s blog, I discuss the challenges I face in balancing personal time off and work responsibilities…hopefully you can give me some advice.

Day 21: The Consequences of Taking Time Off

If you’re just starting in on these video blogs, here is a quick recap: I’m doing a 30 day video blog series on elephant journal called Truth or Consequences: My 30 Day Startup Video Blog on my experience re-launching my business from the ground up.

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Catch up on my previous entries here:

Day 1: Truth or Consequences: My 30 Day Startup Video Blog

Day 2: 3 Things that Inspired Me to Shake Up My Business

Day 3: Why Did I Agree to do 30 Days of Vlogs??

Day 4: A Summer Kind of Winter Day

Day 5: Snapchat, Sunshine, and Slander

Day 6: Life’s Short. Get Sh*t Done. High Five!

Day 7: The Friday That Got Sucked Away

Day 8: Climbing, Chili, and Community

Day 9: How to Make a Date Ball in Your Mouth and other Hilarious Advice from The Veggie RN

Day 10: Get in the Arena or Shut the F*ck Up—Just whose criticism should you actually take?

Day 11: Enhance Your Business with YouTube, Linking to External Sites

Day 12: A little dog, a little Noosa, & big meetings

Day 13: In Bed, Talking Business, Listening to Biggie

Day 14: Bike Crash

Day 15: 3 reasons why working on the weekend is great

Day 16: Climbing Set to Beyoncé

Day 17: Filming Sustainability Sustainably

Day 18: Fall in Love with Biking this Valentines Day

Day 19: Wiped Out

Day 20: Two Tricks to Eat Clean on a Budget

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Author: Jeanne Eisenhaure

Editor: Renée Picard

Photos and videos: via the author

 

 

 

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Jeanne Eisenhaure

A pragmatic idealist with a background in creative production and communications, Jeanne has seen firsthand how for-profit businesses can be vehicles for social and environmental improvement in addition to creating long-term sustainable financial growth. Jeanne works with her creative agency Jett DIGiTAL to produce creative content and strategic commutations strategies for businesses who want to change the world for the better. Why just build a business, when you can build a movement?

Learn more about Jeanne and connect with her on FacebookTwitter, Instagram, and her favorite platform YouTube. Discover her latest thoughts on creative production, marketing, and using business strategy for social good on her blog at Jett DIGiTAL. Follow Jett DIGiTAL on Facebook, YouTube and Vimeo for their latest projects.