You are your most important employee.

Are you the type of person who takes care of everyone else first before taking care of yourself? There’s a reason those airplane safety videos always say to put your own oxygen mask on first before helping someone else. If you can’t take care of yourself, how can you take care of others? Still, entrepreneurs tend to go 100 miles an hour before suddenly realizing the gas gauge is on E. This classroom will teach you why it’s important to take time for yourself in a lifestyle that never quits moving.

In the Self-Care Classroom, you’ll learn:

  • Stress-relieving techniques.
  • The importance of vacation time.
  • Signs to look out for regarding depression or overwhelm.
  • How to make time for your spiritual health.

Take time for your physical, mental, and spiritual health.



  • The Power of a Healthy Image

    By Joanne Kanute | What does a healthy image mean to you? What is self-image, and how does it affect our lives? Self-image is how you see yourself and what you believe other people think about you… [Read More]

  • Wellness for Women Entrepreneurs

    By Karen Lindwall-Bourg | As women entrepreneurs, we are focused on our calling and our passion. We have taken our God-given vision, and with grace and elbow grease, we are making it work! … [Read More]

  • Overcoming Entrepreneurial Overwhelm

    By Karen Lindwall-Bourg | I love this time of year! Not only is everything beautifully decorated and oh-so romantic with lights, music, and the smells of the holiday season; it is also a time to look back on the year and evaluate successes and challenges… [Read More]

  • 8 Ways to Relieve Stress as an Entrepreneur

    By J. Nicole Williamson | Here I am just hours away from a writing deadline. I have a million things to do, and, I confess, I just remembered that my blog on leadership is due. I forgot to put it on my calendar, and one thing I’ve learned is that if it’s not on my calendar, I won’t remember to do it. Now I’m stressed… [Read More]

  • The Overwhelm Effect

    By Diane Cunningham | So here is the truth.  I am overwhelmed.  There is no way around it.  As a leader, a visionary, an entrepreneur, and a woman on a mission, my plate is full. I have a lot going on just like you do. Let’s take a look behind the curtain… [Read More]

  • Visiting Sadville…

    By Christine Dupre | There it is: that dull, heavy sensation, like a giant thud just happened to your insides. Your organs feel heavy, like they weigh three times as much as they did just moments ago. You had a to-do list. . .but now you don’t seem to have the energy it takes to get it done. Listless. Lifeless… [Read More]

  • Creating a CALM Life as an Entrepreneur

    By Paula Tobey | Is it really possible to live a stress-free and calm life full of peace? Lots of women entrepreneurs out there would tell you, “NO!” I believe a little differently, though, and it has to do with this great gift called salvation. You see, Christian women have an added bonus… [Read More]

  • When to Press the Pause Button on Your Business

    By Theresa Ceniccola | Here’s where I’m supposed to tell you to stop making excuses and start doing the work. I’m supposed to inspire you to push beyond your limiting beliefs and develop the discipline necessary to succeed as a business owner. But sometimes that kind of cheerleading is not going to make a difference… [Read More]

  • Five Things I Learned from My Vacation

    By Chari Twitty-Hawkins | Have you ever felt overwhelmed? I have! Recently I began to feel overwhelmed with my handmade inspirational jewelry business which caused me to be stressed in other areas of my life. I was talking this over with my husband and he recommended that I take a vacation… [Read More]

  • Slow Down in Your Business

    By Doreen Penner | Caution. Slow Down.  Good drivers automatically associate the color yellow with the awareness that something ahead is requiring them to slow down.  Your intuition acts the same way.  It lets you know when you’re heading off track and warns you there is something you need to pay attention to… [Read More]

  • Taking Care of You Will Let You Take Better Care of Your Clients

    By Robin Hardy | I was sitting in one of my clients hotel suites last night in preparation for a huge multi day event with her. We were there to do dinner and play Monopoly (because we are playing it at the event) and I found myself with the laptop working while my dinner got cold.  Can you relate? … [Read More]

  • Making Time for God

    By Cheryl Cope | Whether you are a Christian entrepreneur or an entrepreneur who happens to be a Christian, you need to make time for God—time alone with God. There is no other way to keep a real relationship going with God. What that looks like will be different for every person but it should involve speaking … [Read More]

  • How Does Your Self-Talk Measure Up?

    By Joyce Harrell | When was the last time you walked past someone and they were talking to themselves? It is a strange sight for sure. This is exactly what I am going to suggest you do! According to the Bible, “death and life are in the power of the tongue” (Proverbs 18:21). A new buzz word is affirmation… [Read More]

  • Weight Management for the Entrepreneur

    By Cheryl Cope | Is weight management any different for the entrepreneur than for people who are not entrepreneurs? The basic principles of weight management will not change, but what might change is the amount of attention you need to place on them… [Read More]

  • Spiritual Self-Care for the Entrepreneur

    By Cheryl Cope | Your spirit needs self care just as much as your physical body does. Being “busy” as an entrepreneur is not an excuse for not taking the time to do spiritual self care. On the contrary, it just means that you may need to do a little extra planning… [Read More]