How self-care really works

| 15 March 2024

The best self-care for most of us is the gift of time and space to think – and then do the important things confidently and decisively. (Bye-bye to overthinking and ruminating, bye-bye to being super-busy but not as effective as you could be). πŸ˜«

When you operate from a place of calm confidence and belief, your executive brain is working at its best. And that’s way better for self-care than any other ‘remedy’ I know (much as I love a long bath, a large glass of red or a walk on the beach on a sunny day).

Taking that time ‘off the pitch’ can feel counter-intuitive. ‘Gotta keep running’ we tell ourselves. πŸƒπŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸ½β€β™€οΈ

But you and I know in our β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈ  that belief and strategy is contributing to overwhelm and even burnout.

So, if you feel called to change this right now, come and join my intimate group of leaders on our nextΒ Lead with Confidence programme.

You will get practical guidance every week to help you navigate your biggest challenges. So, you’ll have the luxury of more time from day one.

This is an intimate programme, so you get my full attention.

Here are the programme details – we start the next programme on 10 April.

Lead with Confidence

(A big thank you to Kate Morris-Bates for sharing the post image in LinkedIn.)