In this short lesson, you will learn:
- 5 top tips for switching off.
- Why switching gears is more realistic – and desirable – than switching off completely.
- How to set your own definition of success and work towards it with an attitude of ‘progress not perfection’.
Synopsis & Bio:
For over 20 years, wellbeing and performance coach George Anderson has been helping people take more action so that they can thrive more in their lives. Described as a ‘motivational speaker meets high performance trainer’, George’s sessions inspire audiences to want to take action, and equips them with the practical tools and strategies that will have an immediate and lasting impact on their lives.
After gaining a masters degree in engineering George pivoted and pursued his passion for a purpose-lead career in wellbeing. With an ongoing education in neurolinguistic programming, neuroscience coaching and positive psychology, his presentations also draw upon his experiences and lessons from ultra-endurance challenges. These include 10 back to back marathons, two 24 hour 100 mile ultra marathons, and ironman triathlon.
Have you ever noticed how you can finish work at the end of a long day, but your mind continues to whir at a thousand miles an hour? If you do, you’re not alone.
According to a recent study, 74% of professionals consider that the inability to switch off and relax is a major contributing factor to a negative work / life balance.