“Managing the inevitable transition at summer’s end is really all about being aware of what’s going to happen, acknowledging what needs to be done, and taking some small action steps,” says Harmeyer. “Be creative! Use your imagination and problem-solving skills. Just doing something, anything, to prepare for your return will make a dramatic difference.”
“Heading back to work after time off is as much a state of mind as it is a practical reality,” adds Rigie. “Take a few minutes to readjust your thinking, make a few plans, tidy up your systems and your mind. You’ll soon discover you’re more motivated, more energized, and more productive for your efforts.”
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