Why self-care is a "must have"

These past few days have been rough.

I have felt tired, cranky and utterly uninspired. And that's a problem.

Because my business is built on creativity, inspiration and innovation and when I am as tired as I have been these past few days, I am in fact unable to access any of that.

That doesn't mean that I don't work but it means that I am unable to create at the level required for inspiring others.

In practical terms, this means that I do not post.

You might think this isn't a big deal.

But what it actually means is that I choose not to represent what I stand for instead of showing up just for the sake of it.

In the corporate world, where you might not have a choice, this means a presentation to the board that falls flat or an inconclusive negotiation because you couldn't powerfully, passionately, convincingly represent what you wanted to deliver.

Our ability to connect to our own emotions and therefore the emotions of others is essential - especially in executive positions and leadership roles.

Ensuring that we are in a frame of mind to do that is not only a "nice to have", it's part of our job description as leaders.

Body-Confidence, Self-Leadership, Executive Coaching, Body Image, Personal Development, Women in Business, Career Advice

When you feel ready to learn how to use self-care effectively and unapologetically, message me.

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