Self-love and self-care are my community themes this month. After all, February is all about love, right!?! The most important relationship we have is the one with ourselves. This month, I’m going to share self-love and self-care tips to help you remember your magnificence!


Today, I’m discussing the power of asking for help. When we ask for help, we are allowing. We are allowing others to support us. We are allowing others to be of service. When we say NO to help, we deprive the other person of giving, paying it forward and, ultimately, we deprive them of being of service. I recorded a quick video about the topic of asking for help here.

If you are anything like me, I was superwoman…or so I thought. I raised my kids virtually alone, worked in executive leadership roles with longggg hours, taught at a university, continued my personal education and everything else with one arm tied behind my back – thank you very much! I was a very strong and independent woman. Always have been. When I became a caregiver overnight for both of my parents, I learned real quick how to ask AND accept help. I realized I couldn’t do it all nor should I. When I got cancer again last year, I was poised to accept all the help coming my way. I welcomed it and it’s my support system that helped get me through the year.

Sometimes, when we are stressed and overwhelmed, we think we have to do it all ourselves. However, it’s when we are stressed is when we need help the most.

It’s your turn: How are you at asking and receiving help? If the idea of this makes you cringe, I challenge you to find something…anything to ask someone to do for you and watch the help roll in. Please comment below!


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Tandy Elisala

Founder and Chief Inspiration Officer at Center for Inspiring Greatness
Tandy Elisala is passionate about bringing hope and wholehearted living to people going through cancer and their caregivers. Tandy went through cancer four times and learned how to heal using conventional, complementary, and alternative therapy. She left her 23-year corporate career to take care of both parents simultaneously for 2 ½ years. She now teaches what she learned on her journey and how to thrive during and after cancer using the true sources of health and healing: hope and mindset, spiritual connection, relationships, alignment and mind, body healing. Tandy is a multiple best-selling author, radio show host, mother of three grown kids and her precious dog, Roxy. Learn more about Tandy at

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