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3 ways that self-care improves your business...

We all have a vague idea of why "being healthy" is important. 

Living a long life; avoiding cancer, diabetes, or other frightening illnesses; looking slim and sexy. 

But most of these ideas are part of an unforeseeable future that makes it easy for us to just put off the things we need to do for ourselves to another day, a better time, or after we reach that next big goal. 

So let's bring this home into the present moment and look at how self-care can actually convert into DOLLARS. 

Here are 3 ways that I have seen my clients improve their business or career by implementing a successful self-care plan.

1) CLARITY TO LAUNCH A NEW IDEA
My client Bob was being forced into retirement due to health issues that were preventing him from traveling. After implementing new habits and self-care strategies over a 90 day period, he launched a new branch of his organization and began providing trainings to school teachers and educators. 

2) ENERGY TO ASK FOR A PROMOTION
When I first spoke with Amy, she was so exhausted and burned out she spent most of her days dreaming of when she could leave her job. By the time we had completed a 5-month program together, she applied for a promotion within her own organization, and she was offered a job by a competing organization who recognized her value and vast level of experience. 

3) TAKING ON A LEADERSHIP ROLE
Leslie had avoided taking on a leadership role in her company for her entire career. By the time we completed a 5-month program together, she had the energy and clarity to successfully manage her own team, and she became a mentor and coach for others in her field. 

Picture how life could be different if pushing yourself to move forward and the mental strain of trying to maintain clarity and focus was no longer part of the equation. If instead you had daily routines and habits in place that nurtured and supported you on every level. A whole-life plan. 

And then let me know if I can support you to make that happen.