It's the Holidays! Time to Take Some Much Needed Time Off, or Is It?

Here at PMA, we're considerably a family, both within the team and with our clients also . So as we prepare for the vacations , we would like to respect the family time that our team enjoys and works so hard for, but are the vacations necessarily a time to require off?

Depending on what industry you're in, it's going to not be. If you're employed with those battling grief, addiction or anxiety - the vacations can considerably be a trigger, and my guess is, you are still on-call.

As a team, we're very careful about reaching out over the vacations (and for that matter, we hold off sending emails on evening and weekends year round), but its OK if you continue to feel the necessity to figure over the vacations , because it is the perfect time to:

Review your year, what were your successes? What could you are doing differently?
The holiday season may be a great time to make a vision board for 2019, what does one want your focus to be?
Refresh your workspace!
Write personal letters - not emails, actual handwritten notes - to your clients thanking them for his or her business over the past year.
Work on your social media content calendar for 2019
Read a book that motivates you! Maybe it's business related, or personal growth, whatever excites you, do it!
But most of all, take this point to be thankful, to your family for supporting you, your friends for always being by your side, your clients and your team. i would like to require this point to thank my team for all that they are doing to support our clients year round, without them, PMA wouldn't be what it's today, and their dedication to every other and our clients don't go unnoticed. it's been my focus over the past year to still encourage the team to explore their passions and do the work that excites them. once we work within our passions, true magic happens (take this message, designed by PMA Rockstar Crystal Picard, she always produces such beautiful pieces. Show your love and follow her on Instagram!).
As the season is upon us, we discover ourselves reflecting on the past year and people who have helped to shape our business. it has been quite year for us all! We hope that 2018 has been even as memorable for you, your colleagues and your loved ones.
From the PMA family to yours, Happy Holidays!

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