Use Mindfulness to Thrive
Balancing the expectations of our jobs and personal lives while addressing everything that needs to get done often feels like a moving target. After prolonged chronic interpersonal stressors we can begin to experience burnout. One way to manage prolonged exposure to stress is to use mindfulness. Mindfulness allows you to pause and tune into the needs of your body and mind, reducing physical tension and calming your mental state. In this experiential video you will:
- Understand what burnout is and the signs to watch for.
- Learn how mindfulness can reduce instances of stress.
- Participate in mindfulness exercises to improve focus and listen to your body.
Looking for more? Check out McLean & Company’s Plan to Extinguish Organizational Burnout blueprint.
About the Speaker
After years working in cultures where stress and burnout were seemingly the only way to success, Trish suffered a shocking loss and things became clear: stress is unavoidable, but it doesn’t have to dictate our lives. As a speaker and mindfulness teacher, Trish has taught the skills to live and work happier to thousands of professionals and has created positive change for her clients to become happier and more productive, effective, and successful without the busy badge of honor.
You can find her as a teacher on the #1 free meditation app in the world, Insight Timer, and she is the author of the Mindful Mornings Journal. For more information, visit: https://www.trishtutton.com/