Balanced by Design: Why "Crazy Busy" Isn't Sustainable
All too many people view being “crazy busy” as a badge of honor, but the reality is that the frenzy of being crazy busy is horribly inefficient, stressful, and creates frayed nerves that are unhealthy for you and your team. This session will empower participants to take action by getting rid of the energy-sucking tasks draining their lives. Participants will learn how focus + action can get you more of want you really want, FREEDOM!
- Three (3) mindset shifts from improv that will increase productivity.
- How to bring more joy into the workplace.
- Why improvisation is the secret weapon to leading more courageously.
Join Judi Holler and the Webinar Wednesday Team on June 9, 2021 at 2pm Eastern Time to Add Focus to Action and End the "Crazy Busy" Cycle!
About Judi Holler:
Judi Holler owns a creative company that uses humor to help people live braver lives, protect their mental health, and build high-performance habits that last. Her work takes the experimental principles of the improv theatre and helps you apply them to the unscripted stage of everyday life. These ideas will teach you that while you’ll never be “fearless” … you can get really good at … FEARING FEAR LESS! Judi is a professionally trained improviser and alumni of Second City’s Conservatory in Chicago and she uses her training every day to smash self-doubt and experiment with fear. Judi’s book, Fear Is My Homeboy, became an instant bestseller on Amazon, and was endorsed by the inspiring Mel Robbins calling it …. “relatable, relevant and most importantly ACTIONABLE!” Additionally, Judi is the creator of the Fear Boss Community, The Vibe and Thrive goal-focused planner, and her top-rated podcast “Yes, And” which are all on a mission to help you fear LESS so you can DO more. Judi likes her books non-digital, her wine bubbly, and her music hip-hop.
Judi’s Mission: To help you get more comfortable being uncomfortable.
Judi’s Vision: A world so brave that fear is no longer the enemy, comfort is!
Learn more by visiting www.judiholler.com.