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Practice daily self-care for a thriving business!

Practicing daily self-care is critical to maintaining a positive mindset, having high energy, and thinking clearly so you can make good decisions in your business – and continue to make the world a better place and serve more clients. When my clients hit a wall I ask them how their daily self-care is going.  Inevitably, […]

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Practicing daily self-care is critical to maintaining a positive mindset, having high energy, and thinking clearly so you can make good decisions in your business – and continue to make the world a better place and serve more clients.

When my clients hit a wall I ask them how their daily self-care is going.  Inevitably, the daily self-care has dropped off  (and so have the clients!)

Here’s what I can tell you:

Daily self-care has been the ONE THING that has helped me to stay calm, confident, and optimistic during the pandemic; be present for my current clients; and easily enroll new people in my programs.

I highly recommend it!

Here are some examples of self-care practices that pack a big punch:

  • Getting enough sleep (so you can make good decisions)
  • Getting outdoors in nature (to get those inspired ideas and de-stress)
  • Exercising (walking is a good one, expecially for those who feel they’re not athletically inclined)
  • Drinking enough water throughout the day (so your brain cells stay hydrated and you can more easily solve problems)

Remember – practice daily self-care for a thriving business!

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