So this is fun if you are looking for a little break from politics, pandemics, and all the other craziness: Yesterday my latest TEDx talk went up on TED.com!
If you’re like me, your daily routines have been upended again and again in the last six months. Back in March, I had grand plans to train for a half marathon, write my next book, and learn to speak Spanish. Go ahead: Guffaw. When I look back on my early ambitions, I can’t help but laugh!
My TEDxMarin talk Confessions of a Bad Exerciser is a look at what daily life has actually been like. (Hint: There has been no half marathon. But I am exercising, writing, and learning!) I hope this talk gives you a few realistic ideas about how to establish some healthy routines in this tumultuous time.
I’ll be in San Jose, CA in a few weeks to participate in a dynamic panel discussion on burnout. We’ll talk through how to expand the amount of time you have to get things done – while fully enjoying the life you’ve worked so hard to create. I hope you’ll join me!
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Watermark Conference for Women
San Jose, CA
Avoid Burnout: Guilt-free Ways to Ask for What You Need and Focus on What’s Important (POE)
Making your life easier doesn’t have to be hard. This panel will offer practical advice for your overworked and multitasking life. Whether you are talking to your boss, client or peer, this session will offer tools to have a priority-based conversation, push back and say No to avoid burnout and still feel successful.
Learn more or register here.