The Truth Behind Burnout, and how to Come Back with Mary Sanders
In today's episode, Dr Mary Sanders joins me to discuss burnout, and what it does to your body and mind. Dr. Mary has over 25+ years of experience as a self-employed business woman and consultant … AND 15 years ago, she experienced burnout firsthand and crashed hard! At the time, she didn’t have the necessary tools or resources to navigate the difficult period in her life, so she panicked and ran away to the other side of the world. Now, she is wholeheartedly committed to supporting women who want to transform the way they show up in this world and experience thriving health, happiness, and purpose, utilizing the tools of energy medicine, chiropractic, functional blood chemistry analysis, and positive psychology.In this episode, Dr. Mary Sanders, a burnout expert, speaks about how to avoid burnout and the importance of self care, because burnout can be painful not just physically but mentally too.Dr Mary's experience gives her the unique ability to really read someone's energy on a deep level. During the course of my summit, every time we met, she saw something different in me on an energetic level...and she was correct with her assessment every time.Dr. Mary helps women over 40 achieve health, happiness and purpose. In this episode, you will learn: How breathing exercises can help you avoid burnout Find alignment in the things you are doing now with your current realityHow finding meaning in your actions can help you overcome burnoutResources:https://www.drmarysanders.com/Upcoming Free Training Series by Katie Wrigley: The Road to Unstoppable.If you loved this episode and you got a lot out of it, leave a review and share your biggest takeaway with me. And while you've got your phone out, make sure to follow me on Instagram @coachktdubs for more quick tips and tricks on how to change your experience with pain.Credit: Tom Giovingo, Intro & Outro, Random Voice Guy, Professional ‘Cat‘ HerderMixed & Managed: JohnRavenscraft.com Disclaimer: Katie is not a medical professional and she is not qualified to diagnose any conditions. The advice and information she gives is based on her own experience and research. It does not take the place of medical advice. Always consult a medical professional first before you try anything new.