Dec 19, 2019
In this episode of The Future Focused Podcast, you will learn how to answer the six demands of self-care to become a better leader and live a better life.
As Katie Reed, a very wise individual, once said, “Self care is giving the world the best of you, not what is left of you.”
In my last episode of focused on frustration and overwhelm and I discussed the five people you need in your life to combat it.
In this episode I want to focus on what YOU can do.
Self care is a real thing, just as Katie’s wise words remind us, for if we do not take very good care of ourselves, our beaten, worn, exhausted, anxious, self will be unable and unfit to take care of all those we love, serve, and lead.
Self care demands knowledge of the self. We cannot take care of what we do not know nor understand.
Many of you are purchasing Christmas presents this time of year; I also hope you will consider my book Along Came a Leader as a gift for yourself, a colleague, and administrator, and a family member this holiday season. It’s available on Amazon. It was a work of love. I am so proud of it. Level-up your leadership. Discover the 8 core attributes of leadership and how to put them work to impact lives and lead. We need leaders. If you’ve already read it, I hope you will leave a review.
I also encourage you to follow me on Instagram between now and Christmas Day because I am sharing lots of my artwork. I am drawing a Santa Claus every day and posting the speed-painting video of me drawing it, which is so much fun to watch, alongside the art. You can only find it on my Instagram.
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