Jan 18, 2021
Do you put yourself first in life?
Or do you feel selfish even contemplating that question?
In reality, it’s actually very important to respect yourself enough to take care of your own needs first.
Because only then can you be happy and thrive in your own life.
It also allows you to be fully present for others and avoid burnout – which doesn’t just have a negative impact on you, but also those around you.
Yes, even your loved ones – who you thought you were helping by making them your number 1 priority in the first place!
In today’s episode, I’m chatting with Sarah Erwin from High Esteem Coaching, who enforces the importance of charging our own batteries, putting on our own breathing mask first, and all those other metaphors to ensure we’re being kind to ourselves and maintaining a strong sense of self.
Let’s jump into the episode!
ABOUT SARAH ERWIN
Sarah Erwin is confidence coach and mental health professional who helps her clients ditch a life of self-doubt for one of purpose, belonging, and achieved potential.
Her coaching practice, High Esteem Coaching, was designed for self-doubters with ambition, people pleasers with passion, and dreamers who get in their own way, to help them hold themselves in High Esteem.
Sarah is also founder of The High Esteem Podcast, which broadcasts tools, techniques, and personal stories of transformation to help you do just that.
Today we’re talking about ‘putting YOU first’. Why do you believe this is necessary? What happens when we don’t put the breathing mask on ourselves first?
• What’s your definition of self-care?
• Some people, especially mothers, often feel guilty when they do or buy things for themselves. They feel selfish. What are your tips for overcoming that mindset?
• How can someone invest in self-care – on a daily, weekly, monthly, and even yearly basis?
• What are some indications that you’ve achieved that beautiful balance between being there for your family and friends – but also being there for yourself?
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