Ariel Belgrave is a certified health and fitness coach who helps high-achieving women build healthy habits to better take care of themselves so they can thrive at work and at home. An Under Armour athlete featured in Forbes, NBC, and beyond, you may think she joins Kimberly to talk general health and fitness, but in today’s episode, Ariel is here to discuss professional burnout.
Tune in as Ariel, the “Burnout Whisperer,” shares her own story of corporate burnout as a recovering people pleaser and what you can do to commit to a healthier lifestyle, kickstart your self-care journey, and prevent burnout.
“Self-care is prevention. It is planning for self-care with intention so you can thrive. A lot of us actually self-soothe. We are doing things as a result of feeling a certain type of way.”
“When we think burnout, we think we have to leave, and it's not for me. No, this is an opportunity for you to reassess, rediscover, reset, and come back with some fire.”
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