Vacations

3 Easy Steps You Can Take to Make Money While You're on Vacation

Your business shouldn't fall apart when you leave the office.
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If you're an entrepreneur, you've already embraced the concept of hard work. You understand what it takes to build a business from the ground up -- all the stressful days, long nights and crazy hours -- but do you know how to keep your business running when you take a step back? Could you take a vacation and keep generating income?

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Salma Jafri explains three steps you can take to make money without ever setting foot in the office. And, just to prove that these steps work, she's actually doing it from her own vacation in Thailand.

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