Self-care is a big part of what you bring to your relationships. If you are not taking care of yourself, you can easily become depleted physically, emotionally and spiritually. This detracts from your ability to love and serve your family.
The more you take care of yourself, the more you have to give, the more interesting you are, and the more you not only love yourself, but are able to fully love and serve your spouse and children.
Being a tom-boy from Cody Wyoming, Courtney Beardall says she was a “little late coming to the party” when it came to self-care.
But she has concluded:
“How you take care of yourself, how you respect yourself, and the time you invest in yourself reflects in all aspects of your life. It’s the other side of the same coin of being successful. I’ve come to understand there is real merit in making yourself appear as you want to be. There’s nothing wrong with that. It’s valuable.”
Audio Length: 4 minutes, 45 seconds
Marnie (Pehrson) Marcus helps people and companies leverage their wisdom and stories to create visibility, education, influence and sales in the marketplace. Whether she’s helping an author, coach or self-help professional distill her wisdom into books and information products or helping a corporation create visibility and educate their customers, she focuses on creating connection and loyalty. Marnie helps her clients lead with their stories, connect from the heart, educate their market, and create loyal customers who send word-of-mouth referrals. She offers a unique combination of practical done-with-you and done-for-you solutions with the ability to help her clients get past the emotional and mental barriers to success. Visit her online at MarnieMarcus.com