Course ID: UPFEBL

Getting UP! Finding the Energy to Balance Your Life

Feeling a little off balance? Would you like a few more hours in the day? The bad news: you can’t get any more. The good news: but you can get more energy to deal with the demands pushing you sideways. This is a quick cram course on innovative ways to boost your juice.


Learning Objectives

Athletes train constantly to be physically and mentally ready to perform at their peak energy over short periods of time – a game, a race or some other event. Yet in business, professionals attempt to perform at high levels over many weeks and months, often without much of a break. Greg Conderacci, author of Getting UP! Supercharging Your Energy, brings both perspectives. Greg’s energy experience spans a half century of successful leadership roles in a variety of organizations AND as a national champion in ultra-distance bicycle riding and racing. For example, he’s ridden across America in just 18 days – averaging more than 150 miles a day. In this course, he shares his strategies to help you:

  • Husband and focus your energy for peak performance when it matters
  • Deal with the “vampires” and “energy sinks” that can sap your strength when you need it most
  • Develop strategies to bring back balance in your life.

Major Topics

  • Learning to manage your energy effectively
  • Developing the ability to identify where your energy is being spent—and lost
  • Understanding the different types of energy and what they can do for you
  • Balancing the mental game and the physical game

Advanced Preparations

None


Who Should Attend

Anyone


Fields of Study

Personal Development

Prerequisites

None


Provider

Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits

1.0

Level

Basic

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