Session: Shatter Your Own Glass Ceiling: Break the Wellness Habits that Are Holding You (And Your Career) Back
Most women know self-care and wellness are integral to long term success in life and business. But what they most likely don’t know (or won’t admit), is the fact that they are the largest factor for why they haven't achieved the level of success they seek in their lives.
Understanding their role in personal self-care as well as their behavioral patterns of these different personality types can be the missing element in shattering habits that hold us back. This talk from Adonica Shaw on the eight self-care personality styles and how to leverage them in life and business, will guide the audience into deeper insights about their subconscious patterns, their self-care style, and their intrinsic views about how women are allowed to care for themselves. Adonica believes women can have anything they want and can live a healthier, balanced life once they understand their commitment to self-care and a wellness mindset is the missing piece in their 5-year plan.
- What are my beliefs around how women should take care of themselves? As mothers, professionals, women?
- What did self-care or mental health look like for me as a child? And I'm perpetuating outdated norms?
- What beliefs about my career are holding me back and how do I overcome them?
Named as one of the top 136 Black Innovators in STEM + Arts by Wonder Women Tech, Adonica is an app developer and intentional wellness advocate. Shaw is dedicated to cultivating digital spaces that inspire professional women to improve their mental health by dedicating themselves wholeheartedly to self-care.
As a mental health change-agent, Adonica is the owner of the Self-Care Everyday Bookstore, the founder of the health-tech company Surrender Circle, as well as the founder of Self-Care Saturday Inc., which is a wellness-focused media company.
She is the author of the popular self-help book, “Depressed to Daring”, which serves as a resource tool for professional women guiding them to grab the reins of their mental health and gain control over their life and career.