Mindfulness is a hot topic these days. It’s no wonder with a typical manager’s workweek topping 50 hours, 60+ the higher up the reporting chain you go. Maintaining balance throughout the day, from getting the kids ready to face the world, staying on top of work deadlines, dealing with cranky personalities inside and outside of the office leaves little energy to make it to the gym or book club or happy hour for some much needed “me time.”
Public speaking is not only our top fear, it’s also far and away the #1 most popular leadership development topic. I can relate – even after teaching hundreds of classes and speaking in front of
groups sized 6 to 600, I still get nervous every single time. Admittedly, that adrenaline rush is part of the
allure for me, and it’s manageable because I have honed some effective techniques over time. Here are
We all want to work to live rather than live to work, but how do we do that holistically? In addition to
the 40 plus hour work week, we have families, pets, friends, housekeeping duties, cooking – I could go
on for hours. So how can you ensure you are taking care of your own wellness while juggling all of these
things we refer to as LIFE?