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Relax, Renew and Grow is my theme for writing this month.

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Here is one of my challenges – this summer, more than any other summer, in my recent memory, there are more quality networking events and gatherings during the summer months of July and August.

My calendar is filling up so quickly I must set aside time this weekend and plan when the time for Relax, Renew and Grow will take place this month! How about you?  Are you filling up your calendar this summer with work first or your Relax, Renew and Grow time first?

If you are not able to turn ‘it’ off ever to Relax, Renew and Grow it is time to book your first call with Executive Coach Mitch Tublin to do just that for yourself.

Go to www.thementorguy.com and let Mitch know why you want to meet.


  1. Spot on Mitch – if we don’t schedule time for relaxing and renewing we can easily be overcome by the busyness of life. I schedule an hour every day for rest, reflection and solitude and it keeps me focused and on top of things
    Heidi Alexandra

    • Mitch Tublin Business Strategist says

      Yes, you know this drill. Why is it some folks just feel planning and scheduling is too much work?

  2. Relax and renew seems to be a hot theme this week among bloggers, Mitch. Jenny Fenig talked of something similar, and I’ve been thinking about it quite a lot, too! One of my earliest mentors promised me that the less I worked the more I would make. 🙂

    • Mitch Tublin Business Strategist says

      For me and you we understand how important this action step is to your business and your life. For others this is just something they might even consider just because it is summer time. One step at a time, one step at a time.

  3. A post that is near and dear to my heart, Mitch! I just finished reading “The Four Agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz. The author tells a story of a man who is seeking enlightenment. The man asks a monk if he meditates for 4 hours a day how long will it take until he reaches enlightenment? The monk says it will take about 10 years. Seeking to speed up the enlightenment process, the man then asks if he meditates for 8 hours a day then how long will it take to be enlightened? The monk says 20 years.

    The point: don’t miss your life by working too hard to reach your “goals.” The juice is in the pauses, the breath, the space.

    Exactly what we’re covering at the Retreat for Goddesses next month. Yay!

    • Mitch Tublin Business Strategist says

      Excellent! I thought you would feel that way. It is why I practice yoga at least twice a week every week.

  4. Mitch – this is so important! I relax and recharge by scheduling in downtime every day! Our family unwinds and relaxes by lounging by the pool and playing at the park during the week, and on weekends we love to go exploring! This weekend we did our exploring at the National Train Show and spent one whole day playing Legos and watching movies! I always feel better after weekends like those!

    Jennifer Bourn, Bourn Creative

    • Mitch Tublin Business Strategist says

      This is so important and you have taken charge to make certain it is a priority for you. Way to go.