When you think of rest, do your thoughts automatically land on napping and sleeping?
Or maybe words like relaxation or "taking a break" come to mind.
If so, you're not alone - that's what most people think about.
Well, let me speak for myself - it's what I thought about.
It wasn't until my exploration of burnout recovery after closing the doors of my non-profit years ago that I discovered there's multiple ways our bodies renew themselves.
But, it wasn't until I was introduced to the work of my guest that I learned about the seven different types of rest every single human needs in order to live a refreshed life.
In this episode, I'm having a fan-girl conversation moment with the incredible and brilliant Dr. Saundra-Dalton Smith about her ground-breaking insight on the seven types of rest needed to optimize your productivity, increase your overall happiness, overcome burnout, and live your best life.
Get ready to bookmark it - it's just that good.
What you'll hear:
You can turn business burnout around, and it begins with knowing how to rest.
This mini-course includes very short video lessons on the 7 ways to rest, my Rest Needs Quiz, and the Graceful Transitions Meditation for Moms.
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When creating your refreshed mom lifestyle, generating consistent income that feels absolutely rewarding contributes to your rest.
Work with me and my good friend Dana Malstaff of Boss Mom™ in the Nurture to Convert Society, the only proven business building membership designed for mom entrepreneurs to help you make a full-time income in 15 hours a week - and you can get started for just $47.
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Come nurture your faith with me as we share around scripture, come together in small group discussions, and co-work together as we make room for focused productivity.