We are offering a free webinar, How can busy academics slow down without guilt?, on October 12, 2017.
Do you have hard time slowing down? Do you feel guilty if you do?
There are some external situations that make us work harder and faster. Some of us may feel that we are stuck in the spining wheel and feel guilty if we stop it. A lot of us question the ways our lives are going.
So, in the webinar, we will cover the following questions:
– What are the consequences of not slowing down, but being rushed all the time;
– What gets in the way of slowing down;
– What being lazy and slowing down mean anyway; and
– How we can cultivate more guilt-free ways of living a ‘productive’ life.
These questions are vital to ask ourselves so that we could interfere with our daily patterns and habits of overcommitting, perfectionism, isolation, burnout and more.
Past participants say about our webinar:
“(I learned) Clarity and language in the process that I went and still undergoing. A sense of not being alone.”
“The graphic images , Kimine walking us through and explaining the images and ideas, the fabulous ideas and resources, and perhaps most of all, the calming, confident and competent presentation from both of you which made me BELIEVE that I can do it, I can slow down, be mindful, trust the process, and let go of outcomes.”
Title: How can busy academics slow down without guilt?
Date/Time: Thursday, October 12, 2017; 12:30pm-1:15pm (Eastern)
To reserve a seat, please click on the following button.
Kimine Mayuzumi, PhD is the co-founder and the editor of Being Lazy and Slowing Down. She has served webinars and workshops on the topic for hundreds of academics.
Soko Starobin, PhD is an Education Consultant/Evaluator living in Ames, Iowa. She was Associate Professor in School of Education at Iowa State University till 2016. In our blog, she has shared her wisdom and lessons learned, twice: an interview and a guest blogging post.