Why I Choose Not to Use Social Media
I prioritize the well-being of both the folks I work with and myself. To maintain a healthy work-life balance and protect my mental and emotional health, I have made a deliberate choice to refrain from using social media for my coaching business.
I recognize the demanding nature of social media platforms and the potential negative impact they can have on my well-being. Instead, I focus on alternative methods such as word of mouth, referrals, and a boots-on-the-ground approach. These approaches allow me to cultivate meaningful connections with the people I work with and provide personalized support and guidance.
My decision not to use social media creates a healthier working environment that promotes balance and self-care. By being fully present and grounded for the people I work with, I can deliver the highest level of support and empathy.
I understand the significance of self-care and its role in better supporting the people I work with on their healing journeys. My commitment to maintaining my own well-being ensures that I remain a compassionate, attentive, and effective coach.
By consciously choosing to forgo social media, I prioritize my mental and emotional health while continuing to provide exceptional coaching services. This approach also helps me reduce the risk of burnout, allowing me to sustain my dedication to supporting individuals on their path to healing.