April 02, 2012
With the Presidential political season in full swing, we’ll be reminded often of our rights as Americans. It’s a good thing, because we take for granted many of our rights and freedoms, including choice, speech, and religion. In fact, losing these rights is almost unthinkable. Yet many of us — and the clients we serve — willingly give up leisure rights, or when we do exercise them, often feel guilty.
We would go a long way toward managing the stresses in our lives if we amended our personal constitution to include a leisure bill of rights. For example, you have the right to:
Post a leisure bill of rights on your website and in your office and make copies for your clients.