The ABCs of Self-Care
Your Guide to Creating a Happy Healthy & More Peaceful Life.
I believe that creating a happier, healthier, and more peaceful life is as simple as learning the ABCs with this interactive guide to making self-care a permanent lifestyle.
Sheri E Betts, MBA, CPA, PCC,OCP has been helping people practice better self-care for over twenty years. As a PCC-credentialed executive coach and certified organization development professional, she is committed to helping individuals and organizations transform and achieve optimal well-being.
With over 20 years of experience in this industry, she has had the privilege of working with a diverse range of clients, each with unique leadership, productivity and wellness goals and challenges. Through coaching services, she has successfully guided them towards greater career advancement, career satisfaction, personal health, stress reduction and enhanced overall vitality.
Sheri says that the ABC’s of Self-Care is the book she and her clients needed to read–and as a passionate and dedicated executive coach, she is committed to supporting individual transformation through research-based wellness techniques and tools she’s gathered through her own leadership experiences.
With a BSBA from Washington University and MBA from UCLA, Sheri has fine-tuned her skills in empowering others, achieving business success, goal-setting and helping clients achieve next-level success. Her coaching process is rooted in self-care, combining evidence-based practices with holistic principles to help clients adopt sustainable lifestyle changes and ensure long-term success.
About the Book
Through decades of coaching clients with a variety of leadership challenges, Sheri discovered a common denominator in many of their lives was often a lack of attention to self-care. Too often, we see the obvious signs that we need more self-care in our daily routines: burnout, insomnia, overwhelm, stress, anxiety, fatigue, irritability, lack of interest in activities we used to enjoy, or uncontrollable reactions to situations. And yet we often ignore those signs and keep pushing, striving, and surviving on a heavy diet of numbness and denial.