Episode 33: Why You Need To Put Yourself First (Not Your Clients)
There’s a self-care crisis in the legal profession. I see it everyday. And it’s so unnecessary. That’s why today we’re talking about why you need to put yourself first (instead of putting your clients, firm or even your family first).
The truth is this: self-care isn’t quite what you think. It’s about self-respect. And putting yourself first isn’t selfish because it’s what enables you to show up fully so that you can make a real impact.
Moreover, NOT talking care of yourself can result in a negative ripple effect on your…
- relationships, and
Today’s episode is supremely important. So carve out the time and pay close attention to why you must put yourself first.
In Why You Need To Put Yourself First, You’ll Learn:
- The reasons why prioritizing self-care isn’t selfish (and will actually benefit everyone around you – including your clients).
- How NOT putting yourself first can have devastating personal and professional consequences.
- Why self-care isn’t just about taking care of yourself physically.
- How to start simplifying self-care so that you can prioritize it guilt-free.
And then be sure to join the Get Reenergized Self-Care Challenge >>>here (it’s your ticket to transforming self-care from a *should-do* into a guilt-free activity you actually enjoy).
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