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#48 How to Be Nicer to Yourself

 

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What would it be like if you were just a little nicer to yourself?  What difference could that make in your life? In your business? 

Self-compassion is an insanely powerful tool that is being under utilized by people.  I believe in using every tool and resource to my advantage, to curate my own health and happiness and sanity using whatever I can get my hands on.  And I believe that you will find that self-compassion, basically being nicer to yourself, is one of those tools that can change your life. 

In this episode you will learn:

  1. Three core concepts of self-compassion that will change how you think about being nicer to yourself.
  2. The benefits of self-compassion
  3. One simple, clear action step you can take TODAY that will blow your mind and start making a difference in your life...
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#13 Steps to take care of yourself so that you can take care of others

 

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I think that I created this episode because I found myself exhausted from caring for others.  I've experienced this before, when I got to care for my mother as she was dying from cancer - but during these unprecedented and challenging times, I find myself exhausted by caring for others.  

That's OK.

But I wanted to give you some strategies to make sure you can still love and support others right now. 

Remember- if you are depleted or exhausted then you can't keep showing up for others.

Part 4 in a 6-part series.

In this episode you will learn:

  1. Why caring for others might make you tired.
  2. Steps to take care of yourself so that you can still take care of others.
  3. What self-compassion looks like while caring for others


"Caregiver fatigue is not a sign of weakness. But a sign of caring."  Kristin...

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