The Art of Balancing an Unequal Life: The Secret to Resiliency!

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“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
- Howard Thurman

Balance is baloney! Discover a better metaphor for the realities of living in a 24/7 world. Learn the power of choice and how to conduct a C.A.T. scan of your life. Develop strategies to create a life by YOUR design and not by default.

A critical topic for all walks of life and one Eileen has followed since authoring the first book ever written on this topic.

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How can you work smart and live happier? Is it even possible to have work/life balance in this fast-paced, frantic world? From senior executives to front line employees, this issue is key to the changing nature of America's workforce and today's world.

We hear about the need to balance personal and work priorities, but how do you go from burned out to fired up? How can we juggle the many responsibilities and demands on our busy lives?

In this insightful and interactive program you will:

  1. Understand why traditional models of balance no longer work in these times of change.
  2. Discover how to conduct your own “CAT” scan of life.
  3. Acquire the skills to “sail” within the five critical areas of living.
  4. Create your own action plan for juggling the demands of your fast-paced life.
  5. Develop personal strategies for creating “a life by design, not be default”.
  6. Learn at least three methods for effective self-management and self-improvement that you can put to work immediately.

Eileen is affiliated with Work Family Research Network University of PA. and listed as a resource on their site. Do good by bringing in Eileen to your local community non-profit. Sponsor her for an event and receive acknowledgment by both Eileen and your local non-profit.

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Watch Eileen challenge our preconceived notions of what it means to be balanced. She explains that being balanced in life is not about equality, but about being personally connected with the important things in life.

Balance is Boloney