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4-4: Simple Self-Care: Sleep. Create Whitespace. Walk.
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4-4: Simple Self-Care: Sleep. Create Whitespace. Walk                                                        

Lisa Luken
Laurie Malloy
Self-Care
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Do you feel like you, your clients and everyone you know is too busy to make self-care a priority?  It’s time to create a self-care plan that is simple, free and centered around three activities that almost everyone can do - sleep, create whitespace and walk. Learn the research, resources and revenue potential for these practices and begin implementing them during our session as we take a powernap, create whitespace and go for a walk!

In this session you will learn the research, revenue potential and the resources for three simple self-care practices-sleep, create whitespace and walk. Specifically, you will learn:
1. How powerful these activities are in supporting your productivity, creativity and wellbeing.
2. How to easily integrate them in your life and help your clients do the same, as we take a powernap, create whitespace and go for a walk during the session.
3. How to generate more revenue in your business using these activities.
4. Several resources (including books, podcasts, TED talks, apps, groups and more) for you and your clients to use as you create your simple self-care practices.


 


Lisa Luken 

Lisa empowers women to simplify their lives and discover their bold, brave and beautiful selves in the process.  She gathers women at simple living retreats on the coast of Maine and she works with women across the US.  She is an International Coach Federation credentialed life coach (ACC) and a professional organizer bringing both Simple Living Coaching and Consulting offerings to her clients. 

       

 

Laurie Malloy  

Laurie Malloy founded Simple Spaces, LLC, in 2010. She holds an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential through the International Coach Federation. She embraces simplicity, organization and intentional change. One of Laurie’s favorite opportunities has been to bring women together for monthly meetings called, “Cup of Intention.”  The meetings take place at a local coffee shop and focus on personal and business development.

         

 

  

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