I’ve been on a journey the past 2 months; a deeper commitment to my spirituality and a commitment to my body, through a rigorous alkaline food plan and exercise. As a natural result, I’m experiencing a deeper expression of my work. I’m calling the experience Extreme Self-Care.
You may be asking, “what does that mean?” Spa days? Comfort food? General narcissism? Not exactly. The way I see it, to practice extreme self care is to begin to really discern the things/people/situations that serve you and your highest good; then pursue those.
Typically as a species, we hang on to things too long; especially as women. We hang on for a long time. Extreme self care asks us to let go; sooner rather than later. It asks us to be authentic; which is deeper than being honest. It asks us to be kind to ourselves; which may just mean not answering the phone while you finish your lunch. It asks us to treat ourselves the way we expect others to treat us. (Because believe me, that’s where other people are taking their cues.)
Extreme self care will end the struggle, the self-sabotage and the errors in action because you will be honoring your truth, in love. May sound a little mushy for business, but its what we’re all craving. This will not only have an impact on your business but it will impact your relationships and your life.
By: Karyn Pettigrew
"Award winning small business expert and CEO of BeyondBlindSpots.com Karyn Pettigrew shows entrepreneurs how to stand out in the market so they struggle less, earn more and enjoy life."
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