Course ID: GETUP

Getting UP! Supercharging Your Energy

Accomplish more in less time. Reduce stress. Balance your career and lifestyle. Greg Conderacci, author of Getting UP! Supercharging Your Energy, can help you, your team or your company dramatically increase performance. Former Wall Street Journal reporter, chief marketing officer and non-profit entrepreneur, he brings you the same skills he teaches at a top graduate school and Fortune 500 companies. Lots of people promise better performance…Greg proves it. Using his energy techniques, in 2015 he rode a bicycle across America in just 18 days — averaging 150 miles a day. Not bad for a 66-year-old with a heavy training, consulting and teaching schedule! What could you do with that kind of energy? (Available in 2, 4 or 8 hour formats)


Learning Objectives
  • Identify high energy secrets to increase performance
  • Use energy, instead of your time
  • Participants will be able to:
  • Recognize that getting more energy is about what you think, not about what you drink
  • Discern the “energy vampires” sucking your life away

Major Topics
  • The Seven Supercharging Secrets of Getting UP!
  • You can’t get any more time in a day, but you can get more energy
  • Energy is more important than time
  • Physical energy is fuel-driven; it’s about food and sleep
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  • ntellectual energy is story-driven; it’s about your ideas and beliefs
  • Emotional energy is mood-driven; it’s about your feelings and fears
  • Spiritual energy is mission-driven; it’s about your identity and values
  • The secret of a more powerful, balanced, happy life is using your energy to live your mission

Who Should Attend

Anyone who wants to increase performance


Fields of Study
Personal Development

Prerequisites

None


Provider
Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits
8.0

Level
Basic

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