EPISODE 28 | Self-Care Practices & The Truth About Entrepreneurship

Mar 29, 2018 | 0 comments

Ok! Settle in because I just know you are going to LOVE this episode! Have you ever struggled with feeling burnt out, putting too much pressure on yourself or too many tasks in your day? Have your relationships whether that be friendships, with your team or a partner suffered while you build the business and life of your dreams? Has your self-care flown out the window? Well, make yourself comfortable then, because this is the conversation for you!

I invited Melissa Ramos to join me for today’s show to discuss the truth about entrepreneurship – because I knew she’d actually “go there” and tell the truth as she sees it. And also talk about and share the self-care practices she has integrated over the years to support herself in the midst of the hustle. I’m so grateful at how real and honest Melissa was willing to get with me and with you during this conversation.

Melissa and I discuss the importance of taking care of yourself when it comes to your business and your relationships. Too often we as women and business owners take on a self-imposed, demanding role in our home and business life. And too often, we forget to schedule in the time and energy to not only take care of ourselves so that we can serve others better, but to take care of our relationships too. Melissa will point out how you can, and need to, create space for your own self care routine. We both share so many of the lessons we’ve learned along the way, I’m certain it’s going to be refreshing and eye-opening for so many of you.

We also talk about some of the realities of being in a relationship while “hustling” and even what to do about the “haters.”

More About Melissa:

Melissa (affectionately known as “the hormone and poop whisper”) is the founder of Sexy Food Therapy and the creator of the Sexy Lady Balls Membership Program. She is a nutritionist with a background in Chinese medicine. Not only has Melissa helped hundreds of women with her Sexy Lady Balls Program and through private coaching, she’s also on a health expert on CTV’s The Social, an official health writer for The Huffington Post, and a TedX speaker.

Connect with Melissa through her website and on social media via Facebook, Instagram or check out her awesome videos on YouTube.

Listen to Episode 28 below:

Here’s What We Talk About In This Episode:

  • The evolution of Melissa’s business
  • Why you need to be selective about where and how you use your time and energy
  • How becoming an entrepreneur is a great way to get to know yourself
  • How to have difficult conversations with your partner as you build your business and design your life
  • The idea that balance is a myth and we need to instead prioritize
  • The self-care routine that Melissa values over everything
  • How to deal with “haters” online
  • Why it’s not so much about self-care as it is about self-parenting
  • And so much more.

Things We Mention In This Episode:

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Let’s Keep The Conversation Going…

Have you struggled with burnout or experienced difficulties with a relationship as you build your business? What self-care practices are non-negotiables for you? Comment below and let me know.

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