Living a happy and joyful life, finding meaning and engagement in the activities you pursue, having strong social relationships, using your strengths in the pursuit of your career aspirations and achieving your goals and objectives all make up well-being.
You may have heard the saying, “If you don’t take care of yourself, you cannot take care of others”. Many leaders put important things like movement, stress management, sleep, eating healthfully, taking time to pursue passions and building healthy relationships last on their “To-Do” list – if it makes the list at all. Taking care of yourself first allows you to be a peak performer for yourself and for those you lead. You will be more creative, have more energy and less apt to burn-out.
In today’s fast-paced world, too many of us relegate our well-being to something we will take care of when we have “more time” or after we “achieve success.” Starting now, make WELL-BEING a PRIORITY for your personal and professional success.