Has doing good for others stopped feeling good for you? Are you tired of living reactively and not proactively? Then it may be time for a strategic planning session to reboot your approach to your health and happiness optimization. Join work/life well-being promotion scholar and strategist, Dr. Suzie Carmack, for this inspiring session where you'll learn how you can quickly create a strategy plan for your well-being success — and make a bigger impact with more joy and less overwhelm. By the end of the session you will:
- Know why work/life well-being is the new (and less overwhelming) way to approach work/life balance
- Learn an easy six-step framework for developing your own well-being strategy plan, so you can live less reactively and more proactively
- Understand how you can boost your joy level anytime you need to with a self-care strategy that takes less than two minutes
About the Speaker:
Dr. Suzie Carmack is an award-winning well-being author, speaker, coach, coach trainer and multi-disciplinary scholar. She has over 28 years of experience in helping high achievers to work smarter and happier, so they can perform at 110% without burning out their teams. She has moved over 3,000 individuals, teams, organizations, universities and agencies to well-being with her books, workshops, thought leadership and signature coaching method — which combines the science of communication with the arts of mindful movement and mind-body medicine. She is also a burnout, compassion fatigue and maladaptive perfectionism survivor, passionate about raising public awareness about these threats to high achiever mental health, performance, engagement and quality of life. When she is not writing books, developing online courses, delivering keynote talks, creating custom workshops, or motivating her performance and mindset coaching clients, she loves to spend time with her family and friends, travel to new places, and practice yoga and Pilates. She and her family reside in Northern Virginia (near Washington, DC).
To learn more about Dr. Carmack's work and to find free downloads that can support your work/life well-being, go to www.DrSuzieCarmack.com.