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how self-care can boost business

Published almost 2 years ago • 1 min read

Hey love!

Everyone knows that self-care is good for you, but what no one talks about is how self-care is also good for your business. That was a conversation I was recently part of.

The Plutus Foundation asked me to be an expert speaker on the topic of mental wellness for entrepreneurs during this year’s Plutus Impact Summit. I was honored to be on a panel with two other self-care gurus for this incredible virtual event.

The topic is one that’s near and dear to my heart.

After all, I own and operate two businesses, have 20 years of experience working in mental health, and struggle with depression, anxiety, and workaholism myself…

…as does 80% of the U.S. population.

We need to talk about what entrepreneurs can do to prevent losing their damn minds while building and growing a business…because that sh*t ain’t easy.

So, I’m going to share my thoughts from that conversation with you now, Q&A style.

Click the button below to find answers to the following questions:

:: Why do we have such a hard time taking a break for self-care as business owners and creators?

:: Self-Care is a buzz word that’s often misunderstood. How do you define self-care?

:: Why is it important to take time for self-care?

:: What is "quality" self-care?

:: What are some tips for creating a schedule that includes self-care?

:: What are your favorite self-care routines?

Too busy to go to the blog? You should anyway. It's where you'll find like-minded busy-bodies. We need to stick together. And really, you can click a link. Here it is again.

If you've got it in you, leave a comment.

Money love & hugs, ($O$O$O)

Hi! I'm Nicole.

Nicole Iacovoni is a Financial Therapist & Licensed Couple’s Therapist with seventeen years of experience who teaches women entrepreneurs how to make tending to their finances feel fun and flirty instead of boring and overwhelming. She writes a crush-worthy newsletter called The Comfy Couch where she dishes on her latest financial crush, offers inspirational ideas for dating your money, and helps ambitious entrepreneurs deal with business drama. Through her trademarked program, Money Therapy, Nicole helps entrepreneurs make more profits, manage their money with Beyonce-level confidence, and transform their toxic relationship with money into a steamy love affair. Nicole has been featured in CNBC, Business Insider, and Elephant Journal. When she’s not empowering women to take a more active role in their financial lives, you can find her chillin’ with her chickens on her little “farmette”, devouring self-help books, and sipping on vanilla lattes. Start “dating your money” and transforming your financial life at www.nicoleiacovoni.com.

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