Don’t be a slave to your work! Learn how to work smart not hard and create a sustainable working rhythm.
up to £40
This is a two-part two-hour interactive workshop for business owners and anyone who manages their own workload and time!
Learn about the ‘cult of busy-ness’ and ‘work hard’ myth and how we’re so easily sucked into them, even in our own businesses. Understand the importance of prioritising time for strategy, fun and rest in your business (not just service delivery and admin) and figure out how you’ll create space for what matters to you.
Discover why multitasking doesn’t exist and the impact of chronically overdoing it on brain functioning, health and wellbeing. Explore how to streamline business processes to free up time and attention, and learn concrete strategies to make sure your business serves you and not the other way around.
We want everyone to have the chance to develop and connect, and so we offer a self-select fee as a radical inclusion policy.
The guide price for this two-part workshop is £40, but we know that circumstances vary greatly and so we ask you to contribute what you can to help us maintain inclusive learning.
This is a virtual group workshop, which means we meet online via Zoom. We take a short break in the middle to give you a screen break, and include varied activities to avoid Zoom fatigue:)
You’ll be chatting in small groups so you’ll need a good internet connection and a computer with camera and microphone.
You’ll receive the Zoom meeting link after you book your place.
Your teacher, Good Life School Founder, Positive Psychology Coach, and Psychotherapist in training, Lorna Lythgoe, has over 20 years’ experience in adult education and makes sure sessions are dynamic and engaging so there’s no danger you’ll be bored, no matter how Zoomed-out you are!
Book a 15 minute chat with Lorna to ask any questions and get to know your teacher for yourself.
Lorna is a fantastic coach and facilitator, I highly recommend the Good Life School's courses - educational, empowering and supportive with a wonderful like-minded community.
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