17:30 – Reception
18:00 – Presentations start
19:00 – Reception and networking with the speakers
How often do you hear people talking about how satisfied they are with their achievements over the past week, month or year? Sadly, not many and this is despite the fact that on paper they’ve actually undertaken a huge, sometimes enviable, amount.
The 'never-enough' mentality plays a big part in our satisfaction levels and is firmly attached to our inner voice, which is constantly reminding us that we should be doing more. The perception that we need to be doing it all to have it all doesn’t help matters either and this comes at a physical and often mental price. Society encourages us from a very young age to try as many things as possible, stick to them and succeed – and this approach follows us into adulthood. All of the above have contributed to a significant problem: the fact that many people attach their self-worth and identity to the things they do and have. Is it possible to feel like you have it all, but focus on just doing one or two things really well?
This event will explore the physical and mental aspects surrounding the desire to ‘have it all’. It will cover:
- How to do less but do it better
- Undertaking a review of your work/life balance and knowing what should be altered
- Getting to where you want to be in your career without compromising your mental health
- Exploring underlying perfectionist behaviour and self-esteem issues
- Managing guilt and establishing boundaries
- How to self-reflect and praise yourself
- Assertiveness and positive thinking
Guests are welcome for the price of £15
Qualifying Session Details:
This event is not a Qualifying Session
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