When it comes to health in modern-day culture, we have a commitment issue. The truth is, you will never learn to be consistent if you don’t learn to commit.
We commit to marriages.
We commit to our kids.
We commit to our careers.
We commit to our retirement funds.
When it comes to our health? Not so much.
Think about how your health would improve if you could commit to improving it with the depth that you have committed to other areas of your life?
In this episode, I talk about why understanding your level of commitment is so important to improving your health and even give you questions to ask yourself to better understand the depth of your commitments to yourself.Listen Now!
As someone who has worked in the women’s wellness space for more than 20 years now, I have come to see improving health as an exercise in self-leadership. Because to improve your health, be it mental, physical or spiritual, you must willing to better understand yourself and have trust in yourself and your abilities.
Self-confidence, I believe, is an invaluable part of self-leadership, because it is the trust we have in ourselves to follow through with the things that we say are important to us.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I share insights from my own experience of helping women elevate their self-confidence and from my recent read of The Confidence Code: The Science & Art of Self-Assurance – What Women Should Know by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman.Listen Now!
If there was one goal I could encourage every client I work with to set in 2020, it would be to develop and fiercely protect their self-confidence.
Because with the right dose of self-confidence your ability to pursue and conquer your other goals will skyrocket.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit podcast, I talk about what self-confidence really is and why developing it should be the #1 goal you pursue this year.Listen Now!