The global pandemic continues to impact all of us both professionally and personally. We are constantly being asked to show up and do great work albeit virtually. We are all experiencing fatigue, frustration, and for some, fear. None of this comes with an end date.
Come join the virtual conversation and learn simple and practical ways to identify and leverage your curiosity as your catalyst for change. Learn how to figure out what you are curious about and what problems you want to solve and how to apply that understanding. Everyone is exhausted and we all have to find our own ways to keep going; to not give up!
Did you know that Shakespeare wrote many of his masterpieces during a pandemic. He was also personally affected as his son died at the age of 11 during that time. He wrote Macbeth, and Antony and Cleopatra, for example. What masterpieces will you create during and after this global pandemic? There are opportunities, right now for you to remain relevant, resilient and remarkable.
As a bonus, we will also touch upon the importance of happiness in our daily lives.. Scientific research shows happiness makes us more resilient. And being resilient leads to enhanced enthusiasm, which can awaken one's deepest sense of self and give life renewed meaning and focus.Register now