6 Self Care Tips for Leaders

Self care: the art of caring for your body, your heart, and your needs. Do you struggle with making time for caring for your self and your needs? I know I'm guilty. As leaders, it's important to take care of your own heart. When you're able to lead yourself well, you'll be better able to lead others well. I'm sharing 6 ways that you can implement a self care routine into your life and leadership. It's going to be fun & so worth it. Let's do this. 1. Take a bubble bath I recently discovered the art of bubble baths and it's been a game changer. I love listening to my favorite Spotify playlist while allowing my body to physically rest. I recommend using Camille Beckman's Full Relaxation Mind &

The power of protecting your time.

Can I ask you a question? How well are you protecting your time? Are you protecting it at all? If this is a new concept to you, don't worry you're not alone. Boundaries in life and leadership are huge yet often overlooked. In order for you to accomplish your goals, you have to protect, respect, and leverage your time. As leaders, we are challenged to manage a lot of priorities, people, and tasks. When I coach leaders, they often struggle with setting boundaries. Learning how to protect your time is one small boundary you can set that will allow you to accomplish more and drive forward your organizational, personal, and team goals at a more effective pace. Let me teach you how to do it. Try t

Batch working & how it works.

My goal as a Leadership Coach is to provide you with inspiration, tools, and tips that work to make your life less overwhelming & more fulfilling. Batch working is 100% one of the tools to get you there. What is batch working? Batch working is maximizing your schedule by focusing on certain tasks on consistent days of the week. How do you do it? Let me teach you... If you're anything like me, you have a lot of competing priorities. Here's an example in my own life: 3 priorities in my own life include consist of: my workouts, running my coaching practice, and building relationships. If I wanted to batch my priorities it will look something like this: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings: wo

How to set short-term goals.

Have you ever set a big goal and felt like you had no idea where to start? You know those massive, scary goals like buying a house, starting graduate school, running a half marathon, launching your business, landing your dream job, etc. I know I have. Goal setting used to feel daunting, a little confusing, and something I tried to avoid at all costs. I hated feeling like I might be setting myself up to fail. However, once I became a life coach, I fell in love with the process of setting goals. I learned strategies for goal setting that felt exciting, not scary. I learned to break my goals down into bite-sized steps that set myself and my clients up for success, not failure. I want to teach y