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Wrap up 2016 by spreading the cheer this Christmas

2016 is coming to an end. It is time to look back and see everything that has been accomplished in the year, while also making plans for the coming one. In the middle of all this evaluation and planning, we often forget to stop and smell the roses. If you are an entrepreneur chasing goals and speeding towards deadlines, this is your reminder to take a moment and enjoy the present.

Tell your employees how much you value them.You have people working tirelessly under you to make your startup a success. Take a moment to appreciate their efforts. A few positive words go a long way in boosting morale and making the season a happier one.

Spend some quality time with your loved ones.

Children grow up so fast, don’t they? This holiday season, let out your inner child and spend some time with your little one. When they grow up and fly out of the nest, these will be the memories you will look back on and smile. The gift of your time and presence is what will make your family the happiest.

As Rohini Joshi from Scribido Campus says, “Spending quality time with close family and friends is the greatest high ever!”

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ROHINI JOSHI

 

Commit to living in a cleaner space.

Yes, you have a startup to run and yes, you are very busy. However, clutter is only going to bring you down. The easiest way to become more productive is by cutting down on the junk in your life. So get yourself to clean one part of your living space every day and pretty soon you’ll be living in a spotless place.

Take some time off.

You’ve worked hard the entire year. Along with everyone else in your life, it is important to do something for yourself too. Spend some time and effort on yourself this holiday season. Take an afternoon off to relax or go somewhere by yourself.

Yogiraj, The community Head at The Mesh, intends to meet some old friends and attend some music gigs this festive season.

 

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YOGIRAJ

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