"Best session I attended. Very relatable and gave tangible tactics to manage energy and time."
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This is available as a workshop and keynote address. You’ve worked hard to get here. You’ve followed the rules, beat out your peers, stayed up late, tried to help everyone you can. And you’re tired. When you stop moving, you realize you aren’t taking care of yourself. Your motivation starts to dwindle and you wonder why you push so hard.
Welcome to High Achiever Land. A place where perfectionists and leaders end up when they’ve put others before themselves for too long. A place where leaders like you show up stressed out, burned out and tired.
In High Achiever Land, we are comforted by our responsibilities. We love having people who look up to us. We love people asking us for help or solutions. We work hard, we don’t say “no” and we wake up each day with a weight on our shoulders. As soon as we accomplish something, there’s a new hill to climb.
Before you conquer the next challenge, it’s important to learn why caring for yourself allows you to care for others better. Through a mix of stories, humor and proven best practices, Lindsay will share strategies to help you manage your energy, create and maintain boundaries and know when and how to say “yes” or “no” when people need your time and attention.
You’ll also learn why celebration is critical to your success (and who doesn’t like a little fun every once in a while?). You cannot grow without celebrating. We will explore the importance of pacing yourself by using intentional celebration, as it is the final key to your motivation, momentum and success.
In this session, you will learn:
How and why you likely arrived in High Achiever Land
Characteristics of someone on the path to High Achiever Land and how you can help them pause
How to get out of the endless “doing more” cycle
The REAL skills you need in your role at the office (hint: it’s not perfection or knowing all the answers)
How to empower your peers to solve problems instead of bringing their problems to you to solve
How to set fair and reasonable boundaries and have people respect you MORE for it