Our interview with Shuanna Lee explores her story and touches on self-care for high performers. However, the self-care tips and suggestions work for anyone. You need not be a high performer to benefit from this discussion. On the other hand, Shaunna’s story is an excellent example of how even someone “too busy” can (and should) take time for self-care.

Self-Care For High Performers Is Critical

It is no secret that higher-performing people and machines must focus on the details. A slight change in the right place can make a big difference. For example, a high-performance race car can win or lose a race based on the quality of the tires. Likewise, self-care for high performers is even more critical than for those who are “average” in their pursuits. The human body can only take so much, and when you push its limits, you must treat it right. The consequences can reduce performance and stop you dead in your tracks.

About Shaunna

She is here to leave the world prettier than she found it – one heart at a time. Thus, she founded this business to help clients navigate life after loss. She achieves this by helping people find their passion and purpose. Then, she shows them how to monetize it.

She uses various modalities to create a customized wellness plan. They set intentions and manifest success & empowerment. She offers one-on-one coaching, writes books, and hosts two very different podcasts. She does all this to help her clients Align with who they truly are.

Get In Touch

Check out her workshop: https://www.shaunnalee.com/align

Align – 45 minute workshop. The method to find your very own mind/body/spirit balance. This is the key to getting into the creative flow, tapping into your inner wisdom, and creating the best version of yourself at the start of each day.

Rob Broadhead

Rob is a founder of, and frequent contributor to, Develpreneur. This includes the Building Better Developers podcast. He is also a lifetime learner as a developer, designer, and manager of software solutions. Rob is the founder of RB Consulting and has managed to author a book about his family experiences and a few about becoming a better developer. In his free time, he stays busy raising five children (although they have grown into adults). When he has a chance to breathe, he is on the ice playing hockey to relax or working on his ballroom dance skills.

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