13 min

010 Self-Care for Entrepreneurs Actually Making a Difference with Sara Price

    • Careers

I take August off every year to commit to self-care and curiosity - exploring those things that have piqued my interest the rest of the year but I’ve not had time to look at; reading the books that have piled up by my bed! 
Taking care of your physical and mental health is vital for purpose-led entrepreneurs and yet I see so many changemakers sacrificing their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing on the altar of making a difference. 
But if you are an entrepreneur experiencing or approaching burnout, before you buy that next meditation programme or sign up for a month-long retreat, there are three core beliefs that you need to tackle. In this episode, I’ll talk about these limiting beliefs and mindset blocks that will hold you back from taking care of you. And, because it’s the summer and I’m in a good mood, I am sharing a free guide to help you work through them. 
What You’ll Learn: 
- Why self-care isn’t selfish but allowing yourself to burn-out is
- What you are really saying when you say you don’t have time for self-care
- Why you should avoid the ‘self-care fundamentalists’ 
- How to discover self-care practices that really work for you
Becoming aware of your self-care beliefs is a great first step towards building a self-care routine that will actually work for you and support you as a purpose-led entrepreneur. Use the link below to access the Actually Guide to Self-Care for Entrepreneurs, do the journaling exercises recommended and find your path to true self-care. Because it's time, and you are ready to actually make a difference.
Resources:
- Actually Guied to Self-Care for Entrepreneurs: https://actually.world/resources/  
- Join our free and friendly Actually Making a Difference Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/makingadifferenceactually
- Find our more about Actually https://actually.world/ 
- Facebook ​​https://www.facebook.com/actually.world 
- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/actuallychangingtheworld/ 
- LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/saraactually/ 

I take August off every year to commit to self-care and curiosity - exploring those things that have piqued my interest the rest of the year but I’ve not had time to look at; reading the books that have piled up by my bed! 
Taking care of your physical and mental health is vital for purpose-led entrepreneurs and yet I see so many changemakers sacrificing their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing on the altar of making a difference. 
But if you are an entrepreneur experiencing or approaching burnout, before you buy that next meditation programme or sign up for a month-long retreat, there are three core beliefs that you need to tackle. In this episode, I’ll talk about these limiting beliefs and mindset blocks that will hold you back from taking care of you. And, because it’s the summer and I’m in a good mood, I am sharing a free guide to help you work through them. 
What You’ll Learn: 
- Why self-care isn’t selfish but allowing yourself to burn-out is
- What you are really saying when you say you don’t have time for self-care
- Why you should avoid the ‘self-care fundamentalists’ 
- How to discover self-care practices that really work for you
Becoming aware of your self-care beliefs is a great first step towards building a self-care routine that will actually work for you and support you as a purpose-led entrepreneur. Use the link below to access the Actually Guide to Self-Care for Entrepreneurs, do the journaling exercises recommended and find your path to true self-care. Because it's time, and you are ready to actually make a difference.
Resources:
- Actually Guied to Self-Care for Entrepreneurs: https://actually.world/resources/  
- Join our free and friendly Actually Making a Difference Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/makingadifferenceactually
- Find our more about Actually https://actually.world/ 
- Facebook ​​https://www.facebook.com/actually.world 
- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/actuallychangingtheworld/ 
- LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/saraactually/ 

13 min