You probably haven't met too many professionals whose performance suffered because they placed top priority on their physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.
Yet you may have known, as I have, countless professionals who—having ignored their own needs—sentenced themselves, their work, and their relationships to a lifetime of regret and lost fulfillment.
It just doesn't have to be that way.
Few of us are suffering from too much self-care.
As you may recall, last year I gave my readers a choice of four topics and invited them to vote for their favorite. I wanted to make sure my next salable product added value. I also wanted it to be relatable and fun.
Why create a 'product' when you can create an experience?
Overwhelmingly, the votes went to "Saying Yes to Yourself While Taking Care of Others." My new book Thriving at Work is the fulfillment of that vote—starting with the first and most foundational section, "Taking Care of YOU, Guilt-Free."
Take the Self-Care Pledge
Even if you haven't yet had a chance to buy the book, now is your chance to take the pledge inside the book. I invite you to do this not only for yourself but for the sake of every commitment and relationship you hold dear.
Even better: Sign and post the Self-Care Pledge where you will see it throughout the day.
Yes, I want you to share it—potential prize when you do!
This week only through Sunday, April 8, when you share any of the following on social media (Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn):
Each time you share, you'll be entered into a drawing for two signed copies of Thriving at Work: one for you and one for a friend. Whether you use Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn, just be sure to tag me in the post (@GinaDeLapa for all three channels).
And if you like the book, would you be so kind as to post a review on Amazon? This, too, counts toward the drawing. Be sure to send me a quick email to let me know it's you!
Winner will be formally announced on Monday, April 16 and notified privately by Monday, April 9.
Speaking of April 9: I'll be off the grid, which means your next Pep Talk will arrive on Monday, April 16. Until then, be well. And for all who celebrate or are simply open to the sentiment, here's wishing you a joyful Passover and Easter.
P.S. Check out my latest TV segment on "How to Defeat Drama." You can view it here.
Take the self-care pledge inside Gina DeLapa's new book Thriving at Work. You'll be glad you did!
— Gina DeLapa