Begin With You
Something I’ve been exploring a lot of is this mysterious thing called “self-care”. We hear about it all the time and yet what does it really mean? It’s different for everyone and certainly is a vehicle to being the best version of you and yet start to have a conversation about it and you might be met with some eye rolls. Why is that? For many, self-care isn’t something that is seen as a way to take good care of you to begin with, it’s often taken on as a reaction to being overwhelmed, exhausted and burnt out. There is nothing left so now let me take care of myself. That’s a reaction and often not sustainable. Today we are going to explore how our comfort zone plays into keeping us from really embracing “self-care” as a way to stay out of it being a need and have it be more of a requirement because you deserve it.
Here are the highlights:
(01:39) Self care - why do we care?
(10:10) Self limiting beliefs and your comfort zone
(18:56) Take breaks - be in ownership
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