Executives Will Always Do This (And It's A Real Shame)

And I'll be the first to admit - I've done the same exact thing.

I knew a leader who kept putting off going to the doctor. When he finally went to the dermatologist, he discovered he had basal cell cancer. It could have been detected and treated earlier if he had gone in when he first saw a spot.

But he waited too long & it developed.

It's common for leaders to pound away at the pavement, prioritize work, and take care of their teams & families before thinking about themselves. They wait until there's an emergency to focus on their health & well-being.

I had one client who waited until he was in the hospital with a heart attack to start seriously making changes in his life.

When was the last time you went for a physical or to the dentist?

If you don't have your health, nothing else matters. You can't be there for your team, the organization, or your family if you aren't well.  Plus, when you prioritize yourself, you become a better leader & your performance increases too. 

Don't wait until you're in the hospital or in a life-threatening situation to take care of yourself.

Your team. 

Your organization. 

Your kids.

Your partner. 

They need you. 

If you don't take care of yourself, no one else will. 

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