Do you need a break from work?

With a full time job, it can be incredibly difficult to find time for yourself.

And yet finding time for yourself, or for your family, is so important for making progress on the big-picture goals in life.

Do you feel:

  • Stuck?
  • Unsure what to do with your life?
  • Rushed?
  • Unable to focus on your personal life?
  • Stressed?

If so, you’re at the right place. And you might need a mini-retirement.

A mini-retirement is a 3–12 month break from your current job. You can use it to do anything, from traveling to soul-searching to starting your own business.

It’s the perfect opportunity to take some time for yourself and figure out what you want, or try something new.

Mini-retirements offer you the time and energy you don’t have when you work full time. They’re getting more and more popular, for a reason—they work!

It can seem daunting, at first. How can you save up the money to take off 3 to 12 months? And how will your boss ever agree to this?

Fortunately, you can prepare. If you want to take a mini-retirement, you can. And if you feel like you never have time for yourself, you should.

I’d like to show you how.

I took my own mini-retirement after working as an analyst at a consulting firm. Aside from working, commuting, sleeping, and the occasional exercise, I had barely any time left to do the laundry, let alone to pursue any personal, big-picture goals.

After I quit the job, it took me months to be able to clean my home for an hour at a time without freaking out. That’s how stressed I had been while working.

Don’t get me wrong: the work was interesting and my coworkers were great. But I wanted to meet new people, spend more time rock climbing, and do work that I was thrilled about. And I needed time to figure out how to make that happen.

I want to tell you what I learned, and point you to the very best resources that will help you take a great mini-retirement.

To get started, sign up for my email list, and I’ll let you know what to do:

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– Peter Akkies