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Women's Leadership Forum - Dec. 6, 2013
Achieving Your Potential in a Crazy, Busy World
How do you achieve your potential in the face of unprecedented demands in the workplace and at home? How do you sustain a high level of performance with the pressures of daily life?
Most people think they can address it from the neck up by working “smarter.” Others think the key lies in strengthening one’s “emotional intelligence” and cultivating deeper values and sense of purpose. And a few have considered how physical health enables high performance, seeing sustained peak performance under pressure achieved when the physical, mental, and emotional are all working together.
But our problem is not stress. It is the lack of intermittent and ritualized recovery.
Join Valentic for a look at things we can do in our everyday rituals to help us manage increased pressure and rapid change by improving our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual capacity. Valentic also will demonstrate how statistics-based personal technologies such as FitBit, the Nike Fuelband, UP, and other apps, can help us.
High performance, Valentic says, depends as much on how people renew and recover energy as on how they expend it, on how they manage their lives as much as how they manage their work. When people feel strong and resilient, they perform better, with more passion, for longer. They win, their families win, and the companies that employ them win.
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