Since 2007, there has been a 60% increase in women-owned businesses across the country. There has also been a larger societal shift in confidence among female leaders and entrepreneurs. Conversations no longer revolve around wondering whether women can make it in the workforce.
The questions I hear from women in the workplace today are more concerned with discovering the best use of our talent and energy and learning how to strike an ideal balance between prioritizing our careers and still taking care of families, personal self-care, and our sanity.
According to Forbes, “Living in a world of “always-on” culture can wreak havoc on you physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Constantly grinding leads to burnout, anxiety, and stress-related illnesses. Our immunity weakens, we age faster, and we become more susceptible to colds. News flash: you can’t grow your career if you’re running on fumes and stressed out.”
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, here are some tips for improving your career using self-care strategies.
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