A Conversation for IT Teams
For IT Professionals who wish to feel more focused, creative and energised.
Problem-solving is often fun and fulfilling. However due to the natural factors around this lifestyle, problem-solvers commonly move towards overwhelm and mental exhaustion. As a result, they struggle to switch off, get lost when juggling multiple requests, and feel lethargic in the body as a result of excess screentime.
When these factors build up, they begin to impact our productivity, attention span, efficiency, social engagement, agility. Problem-solving from this state is neither fun nor fruitful, and it affect our personal lives too.
I am an IT Professional myself – more about me below. I am also a Mind-Body Education Facilitator and a Mindfulness Practitioner. I offer this conversation so you gain bitesize tips, practices, suggestions and most importantly awareness around the underlying workings of mind and body specific to IT Professionals. Using this knowledge, you would be able to create the tweaks necessary for yourself so you don’t just problem-solve to survive, but you thrive.
(As you may already have seen in coding, tiny tweaks create significant improvements, it’s just about knowing where 🙂 )
A Way Forward
In this talk to IT professionals, I address several common challenges with practical easy tips. Here are some of what you may gain, depending on the subjects you choose:
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The duration of this talk would be 60 minutes. If there are other subjects/questions not listed here that you would like addressed, I welcome a discussion to address them.
I am a Mindfulness and Somatics Practitioner. I am also an IT Professional. Mindfulness and Somatics helped me move from living in survival to living in fullness. More about my story and credits here.
- Zoom, Computer, Camera, Speaker 🙂
- This is not a substitute for professional medical care by a qualified doctor, mental health professional, or other health care professionals. I provide support and information to the best of my abilities, but any resulting choices and changes remain an individual’s personal and legal responsibility.
To Book or Discuss:
Get in touch with me via the form below.
I look forward to hearing from you.