Bringing Extreme Self-Care into your life takes commitment, support, and practice. During this Online Course, Cheryl helps you develop your self-care muscles by giving you a specific way to practice each lesson. Following her book, The Art of Extreme Self-Care, Cheryl guides you through a year-long series of empowering lessons that are sure to help you take the steps you need to live a more fulfilling, enjoyable, and rich life. Listen to Cheryl's recorded calls to help prepare you for this lifetime transformation and make the most of this course and create lasting change in your life.
Are you ready to join renowned life coach and best-selling author Cheryl Richardsonon a journey of discovering Extreme Self-Care?
To find out, notice how many “yes” answers you have to the following statements:
__ I carry a lot of resentment, feeling angry with others who don’t meet my needs.
__ I expect people to read my mind and know what I need or want.
__ I often feel like a martyr who lives my life for everyone else.
__ I have many one-sided relationships where people take more than they give.
__ Sex feels like one more task on an already long “to-do” list.
__ I break too many promises to myself.
__ I have trouble getting others to share in the work load at home.
__ I give to others in an effort to feel needed, important, or worthy.
__ It’s rare for me to relax or to enjoy things that are fun.
__ I tend to settle for crumbs, yet I’m desperate for a whole meal.
__ When I’m overwhelmed, tired, or stressed, I rarely think to ask for help.
__ I secretly long to be acknowledged for all the helpful things I do.
__ People who act “entitled” make me cringe; I’m never like that.
__ I sometimes feel foolish about the ways in which I’ve put the needs of others before my own.
__ Because it’s not worth the hassle, I don’t bother to ask for help.
__ I hate disappointing people.
If you feel uncomfortable or find yourself smiling at the number of “yes” answers, it might be time to create a radical shift in how you care for yourself this year. It’s time to practice Extreme Self-Care with Cheryl.
Extreme Self-Care generally involves:
- Living and working in a soul-nurturing environment.
- Developing a greater appreciation for, and connection with, nature.
- Doing work that provides an opportunity to express your greatest gifts and talents.
- Caring for your emotional, physical, and spiritual health in a way that’s aligned with who you are and what you most need.
- Surrounding yourself with people who are smart, self-aware, and only interested in two-way relationships.
- Taking bold steps to do things like eliminate clutter from your life, for good; or getting your financial act together so that you always have choices about how to live your life.
- Not making any commitments whatsoever out of guilt or obligation.
Bringing Extreme Self-Care into your life takes commitment, support, and practice. During this year long Online Course, Cheryl will help you develop your self-care muscles by giving you a specific way to practice each lesson. Following her new book, The Art of Extreme Self-Care, Cheryl guides you through a year-long series of empowering lessons that are sure to help you take the steps you need to live a more fulfilling, enjoyable, and rich life.
The Art of Extreme Self-Care Course Overview:
Preparation for Extreme Self-Care: Coaching Session
Join Cheryl for a live introductory coaching session to prepare you for the transformation of a lifetime! You'll learn everything you need to make the most of this course and create lasting change in your life. Then begin your journey with Cheryl as she guides you, month by month, through these powerful lessons:
Lesson 1: End the Legacy of Deprivation
Identify what you need more of in your life and do what it takes to get it.
Lesson 2: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Use a simple, yet powerful daily exercise to dramatically improve your relationship with yourself.
Lesson 3: Let Me Disappoint You
Start to live a soul-directed life by mastering the art of disappointing people with grace and love.
Lesson 4: The Power of Rhythm and Routine
Discover what happens to the quality of your life when you put a life-altering routine in place.
Lesson 5: Take Your Hands off the Wheel
Let go of control by resigning as General Manager of the Universe and learn how to ask others to take the wheel for a while.
Lesson 6: The Absolute No List
Start saying “No” to those things that drive you crazy, zap your energy, or leave you feeling frustrated and resentful.
Lesson 7: Soul-Loving Space
Discover the transformative power of clearing space and enhancing the beauty of your home or office.
Lesson 8: You’re So Sensitive
Learn to honor and protect your sensitivity rather than loathe it by setting nonnegotiable boundaries.
Lesson 9: Tune-up Time
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Find out what you need to know to take charge of your personal health.
Lesson 10: Does That Anger Taste Good?
Learn to step in and take a stand for yourself in the face of inappropriate behavior.
Lesson 11: Wake Up!
Enjoy the pleasure of discovering what brings you passion by using a special “investigative” tool.
Lesson 12: Your Extreme Self-Care First-Aid Kit
Know exactly what you need to have in place to take extremely good care of yourself when faced with a crisis or major life challenge.
More About Cheryl Richardson:
Cheryl Richardson is the author of The New York Times best-selling books, Take Time for Your Life, Life Makeovers, Stand Up for Your Life, The Unmistakable Touch of Grace and The Art of Extreme Self Care. She was the first president of the International Coach Federation and holds one of their first Master Certified Coach credentials. Cheryl is also the recipient of the 2000 Motivational Book Award for Life Makeovers from Books for a Better Life, which honors the year’s most outstanding books and magazines in the self-improvement genre. Her book, The Unmistakable Touch of Grace, was chosen as a finalist in the 2005 Spiritual Inspiration category for Books for a Better Life.
You can listen to Cheryl every week on www.HayHouseRadio.com®.
For further information about Cheryl, to find out about her workshops and other events, or to sign up for her free email newsletter, please visit her website: www.cherylrichardson.com