In our workaholic culture, self-care is often seen as indulgent. As a leader, it's your responsibility to set the example in your business that it’s not just about taking care of yourself when you’re sick (treating the symptom), it’s about taking good enough care of yourself that you don’t get sick or run down in the first place (treating the root cause.) Result? A happier, healthier, and wealthier business.
There’s nothing that irritates me more than flakiness and yet it’s pervasive in our society. Sure, "Talk is cheap." But what happened to "Do what you say you will do?" I've learned recently the power of micro-commitments in making progress toward some macro goals. Just sharing that advice here as I'm hoping it might rub off and help people keep their commitments to themselves and to others.