Listeners to Leads

Your Mental Health is More Important than a Podcast

April 15, 2022 Alesia Galati
Listeners to Leads
Your Mental Health is More Important than a Podcast
Show Notes

There is nothing more important than your mental health, not your projects, your career, your relationships, nothing. This week, on a special bonus episode of Listeners to Leads, we’re talking about your mental health being more important than your productivity. 

In this episode of Listeners to Leads, my guest Lisa Zawrotny and I share the trends we are seeing with clients being urged towards byrnout, despite accepting the “freedom from the hustle” mindset and reminding you that your wellbeing always comes first. 

Lisa and I also chat about the following: 

  • The trends we are seeing that are leading to burnout, the reasons behind these trends, and how to protect yourself from them. 
  • That initial energetic exchange you have with someone, either as a coach or a client, is going to set the precedent for the type of relationship you have with that person. 
  • Avoiding the comparison trap by figuring out and sticking to what works for you. 
  • Understanding that rest is just as productive as anything else and your value is not determined by the amount you do. 
  • Self-care is more than taking a spa day; it is setting boundaries and maintaining a lifestyle that keeps burnout at bay. 

I want you to dream big, to create, and to love what you do, but in the end, you HAVE to prioritize you and that means acknowledging what you need and protecting it.

Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on turning your podcast listeners into leads and to hear even more about the points outlined above.

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