#26: Back to Health with Sara Jayne
As a busy wife, mom of three, and business owner, Sara knows how stressful life can be. After battling anxiety and losing her dad, Sara reevaluated everything so she could maximize her life. She discovered that we can turn things around! We can have more energy and a life full of all the "extra" we were made for.
As a Doctor of Chiropractic and wellness advocate, Sara has helped thousands of others get back on their feet the same way she did—through better nutrition, cleaner products, and a mastered mindset.
Top 3 Takeaways
- Look for the signs—Sara’s panic attack was a clear signal that she needed to make some BIG life changes. Yours may be more subtle, but be on the lookout for clues that you’re not at your best.
- Battle the busy-ness—Sometimes we give ourselves too much credit for being so busy. Being constantly in motion doesn’t make you a great leader. Stay focused on making an impact.
- Choose wisely—If you want to improve the quality of your life or your leadership, improve the quality of your choices. If you can call timeout and make a better choice in the moment, you’ll be much more satisfied with your long term performance.
From the Source
“I am a huge advocate on what works best for you, and that's when I started to dig in and decide that I needed to make some changes in my life.“
”It starts out with, ‘Oh, I can't sleep’ or ‘Oh, I just can't focus’. And you always just kind of brush it off. You brush it off, you brush it off until all of a sudden it's just so much. Your body can only really take so much.”
“Some people are wearing busy-ness as a badge of honor.”
“We get complacent because we're so busy that maybe we just stopped caring about trying to do our best in certain situations.”
“The busy-ness can be a blessing. I have three little boys and we’re busy, but this is a stage in life. This is a different busy than what it's going to be like in 10, 15 years.”
“ If your only option is fast food, at least you could make a better fast food choice.”
Connect with Sara
“Back on Track” trivia game sources:
- Anatomy of the Spine: https://www.cedars-sinai.org/health-library/diseases-and-conditions/a/anatomy-of-the-spine.html
- Chiropractic Statistics: https://www.thegoodbody.com/chiropractic-statistics-facts/