Three Keys To Creating Your Best Week Ever (Proactive Resilience)

We have a treat for you, a sneak peek at one of our upcoming 2015 conference sessions with Adam Timm.

After reading and watching this post, you’ll be set to have your best week ever.

Why?

Because we had a sensational webinar event with Adam Timm and he shared with us three keys to making your best week ever. Now we’re equipped and there is nothing stopping us from having a great week. Every week.

Take a moment and catch the replay right here, right now.

WEBINAR REPLAY: Three Keys to Making Your Best Week Ever (Proactive Resilience)

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If the link above doesn’t work in your office, try our YouTube replay option: https://youtu.be/QViMNqQSh_0

Do you ever feel like some kind of 9-1-1 dispatcher for your office? Most administrative professionals are intimately familiar with “emergency” business situations and sky-high stress—their own, as well as the stress that practically radiates off of others. If you’re not careful, the day-to-day craziness of modern work life can take a serious toll on your mental, physical and emotional health.

Proactively managing your own self-care (resilience) is a skill all modern administrative professionals must learn in order to deal with the challenging situations (and people!) they face each day.  No one knows how to do this better than our special webinar guest Adam Timm, a former 9-1-1 operator for the Los Angeles Police Department. After suffering for years with chronic tension headaches, ulcers, and a bad attitude that brought complaints from callers, Adam found a way out of the madness and into a purposeful life.

There is no handout or slideshow with this webinar.

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3 Keys To Making This Your Best Week Ever Certificate Of Attendance

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