How To Beat Winter Depression: 6 tips for Roofing Business Owners
We all know that winter is harsh, especially when you’re trying to battle winter depression. So, in this video, Dmitry will give you his 6 best tips on how to overcome your winter depression and stay positive through the season, either it be for your personal sake, or your business’.
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00:00 – Intro and Brent Story
03:57 – Dmitry’s Depression Background
07:23 – #1 – Commit To Fitness
10:04 – #2 – Travel to New Places and Meet New People
12:44 – #3 – Delegate
14:07 – #4 – Pay People More
16:56 – #5 – Find Your Charity
20:15 – #6 – Join An Organization That Will Hold You Accountable
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