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Slowing down is not the answer you’re looking for [S1 E12]

by | 30 May, 2023

Do you treat yourself as an asset?

In this episode of Female Inner Power, I dive into how we can look after ourselves better – without having to slow down or achieve less.

I explore the importance of self-care and treating yourself well, and how seeing yourself as a valuable asset can impact how others see you, and the impact you can have in the world.

I also talk about the concept of extreme self-care and the benefits of incorporating pauses into your routine, finishing up with actionable steps to help you invest in yourself through solo CEO retreats and incorporating different kinds of self-care.

Tune in to this episode of The Female Inner Power podcast to learn how to prioritise your wellbeing and increase your impact.

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