What do we mean when we say “personal and relational wellness,” and why are they important for you as a leader? And how can you develop habits and routines that will help you stay healthy personally and in your relationships?
We continue in our Wellness Series with this conversation about both personal and relational wellness. If you missed part 1, be sure to go back and listen to Episode 48.Staying Healthy as a Leader: Personal Wellness
What do we mean by personal wellness?
If I’m feeling overwhelmed, it’s often because I’m not taking good care of my personal wellness. Neglecting our personal wellness can lead to stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health concerns.
It’s important for you to know where your baseline is and be aware of this, especially when it comes to mental health so that you know when you may need additional support.How we can take care of our personal wellness as leaders:
Holly and I both share some examples of how we stay healthy personally.Staying Healthy as a Leader: Relational Wellness
Relational wellness means the health of your most important relationships. In Episode 15 - we talked about Healthy Relationships 101, and we really dove deep into our framework for how we see this topic. The health of our leadership is directly impacted by the health of our relationships.How we can take care of our relational wellness as leaders:
We discuss some of the habits and routines we have created to keep our relationships healthy.Conclusion:
As a reminder, all 4 areas of wellness are interconnected. We need to be intentional about our personal and relational wellness because things naturally deteriorate rather than improve. And finally, don’t try to focus on changing everything at once.Want some help figuring out how you are doing with your wellness? We have a quiz for you!
Go to estherlittlefield.com/wellness to take the quiz!Other Episodes Mentioned:
For the full show notes for this episode, visit estherlittlefield.com/episode50.Episode Sponsor: Confident Leader Club
If you are looking for a way to connect with like-minded women who understand how lonely leadership can be, to grow and broaden your skills as a leader, and to have some accountability to take action on your big goals, I want to invite you to join the Confident Leader Club. The doors open a few times per year, and you can get on the waitlist (or join if we are open) at confidentleaderclub.com. You don’t have to lead alone, and the Confident Leader Club will provide you with the community you’ve been looking for.Connect with Esther and Holly:
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