Okay, only if you are going on vacation today. The point is that if you plan to take a vacation this summer, truly take a v-a-c-a-t-i-o-n. It will allow you to come back – not only to your law practice, but your business development activities as well – with a fresh look and attitude.

We all need time off. Heck I’m thinking of taking the next six months off myself. I WISH!

At any rate, Bruce Allen at Marketing Catalyst has a post about taking time off, either by playing “hookie” for a day or two, or going on a summer vacation. He says to “[L]eave behind all of your electronic connections and just go enjoy.” Fat chance I’m sure, but think about it at least.

Most importantly RELAX and enjoy some time off with your family and friends.  Also, have a great 4th of July holiday!


P.S. About a year ago I had a post on “What To Do On Your Summer ‘Vacation.’”  Well, the title is misleading.  I don’t suggest you follow the recommendations in that post while you are actually on vacation.  Rather, do some before and some after.