Life is too short to not focus on the right things. But what are those “right” things? They are different for everybody, but once you realize these things and start making conscious decisions on what to do and what not to do, you will reach your goals faster. If you don’t, your health and mind may suffer as you become stressed, inattentive to your own needs, and even burnout. Perhaps that has happened to you before, whether you were a student or professional, early in a career or late. What if you knew how to make the right choices, and instead focus on what matters for a successful future? What would it be like if you were in charge of your planning? Do you want to make overly stressful days and nights a thing of the past?
Learn the tools to grow your company, engage in a healthier mindset for the future, and nurture your well-being with us on Thursday November 29, 2018 for our final workshop of the year. Many entrepreneurs become easily overwhelmed with side matters, leaving no energy left for the development of their business. Our practical workshop “4 Steps from Stress to Success” with the experienced Stephanie Osunwokeh will give you all the tools need to manage your business, study life, family, and the delicate yet achievable balance of your own well-being.
In this FREE workshop you will learn:
– How volunteering can help you determine what truly matters to you
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From working as a secretary for over 14 years, Stephanie Osunwokeh was exposed to many managers, colleagues and friends struggling with calendars and their work/life balance. After experiencing firsthand what burnout is, through recovery learned that more needs to be done than just managing calendars for a healthy and productive life. As a mother and entrepreneur, Stephanie has experienced many difficult aspects in her career and family life, and aims to help others do the same. She has given many workshops in the past to help other entrepreneurs struggling to keep everything going, and to achieve their own “silent dream.”