Hit the Recharge Button with Dr. Chere M. Goode
It’s time for us to recharge. I have been listening to you #SpeakEasy listeners and you are ready to get back on track in life and business. This is the episode for you.
Where do we get a new battery pack? Where do we get what the Energizer bunny has? How do we get that with everything that has been going on in 2020? We are going to dig deep into what that recharge looks like and some of you… it’s going to hurt a little bit because some of you will need to unplug from something. Yup, unplug from the news, social media, and yes even some people.
It’s time to start feeling good again starting from the inside out. Life can become cumbersome at times and makes us anxious. This is the moment when you need to plan your escape. Now, we are not saying run away from your problems but you must find a place that allows you to shut it off. What does that mean? That means a moment to do absolutely nothing. Just be a bump on the log and it’s okay to just sit there and do nothing. You know, what that does that refreshes you, that reboots your mind, your body, and your spirit.
Could you sit still for 60 seconds? No fidgeting and no looking at your phone. (Many can not)
For Dr. Chere, it is not a matter of the time you use to recharge that matters the most. The most important parts of recharging are what you do and are they working for you. Anything from putting on a full face of makeup to taking a much-needed nap can recharge you. There will be some who need to recharge their body through better nutrition. Eating healthier options will often give a natural boost of energy.
This is self-care and you need to ask yourself a few questions.
Does it make you feel good?
Does it make you feel whole?
How often do you need to do this?
When is the best time for you to do this?
Where can you do this uninterrupted?
Are you dealing with false sensations? In this episode, Dr. Chere discussed not just the false sensations we may get from some of the foods that we eat but also the false sensations we get from people and certain scenarios in our lives. That temporary high and drop can drain us as entrepreneurs. A relationship, contract, or even a conversation that creates this feeling is a dangerous one. Often times we allow what haunts us to hurt us.
Dr. Chere’s gems:
1. Be okay with walking away
2. Fill your cup
3. Get moving
4. Take responsibility
5. Practice saying “NO”
Don’t allow self-doubt to bankrupt you! ~ Dr. Chere Goode
Dr. Chere M. Goode is the Founder/CEO of Total Harmony Enterprises, Make Me Over Wellness, and Exceptional Wellness Candle Company. Goode is a wife, mother, and caregiver, as well as, the Creator of the Annual RECHARGE Health, Wellness, and Fitness Expo. Goode has been a Licensed Practical Nurse for over 30 years and is Nationally Certified in Hospice and Palliative Care, an area she currently specializes in. Goode is a 5-time #1 Best Selling International Author, Speaker, and Wellness Coach, as well as, an American Heart & Stroke Association Ambassador/Spokesperson. Known as the RECHARGE Strategist, Goode teaches professional women strategies for self-care to recharge their Mental, Physical, and Emotional batteries for success in life and business through her 8 Recharge Pillars of Self Care.
Goode’s teachings also emphasize the importance of self-care to enrich one’s life. She teaches her clients that if you look good, you feel good so pamper yourself as often as possible. Goode is certified in the relaxation techniques of mindfulness and reflexology. Goode is also the founder of the Ladies Recharge Movement where she hosts quarterly events for women to step away from daily duties to perform self-care and have fun with other like-minded professional women.
Goode has been featured on ABC, Dr. Oz, Wendy Williams, Baltimore’s TV 25, Good Day Baltimore on Fox 45, Society Moms TV, Radio One, WOLB Radio, Impact The World Radio, I Heart Radio, The Baltimore Times, Baltimore Flava Radio, Impact Nation Magazine and a host of other Magazines and Media Outlets. She has received numerous awards and Government citations for tenacity in business. Most recently she was awarded as a 2020 Woman Thriving in Business and one of Baltimore’s Women of Passion, Poise, & Purpose by the Baltimore Times. Goode’s expertise in the areas of RECHARGE strategies, self-care, stress management, mental wellness, and heart disease prevention has touched the lives of many all over the world.
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