Apr 29 @ 1:00 – 2:00 pm
About this Webinar
The hustle culture is heavy today, and everyone is feeling the repercussions now. From understanding why we overwork to unveiling my best productivity hacks, this session teaches individuals how to protect their energy and avoid burnout entirely. Great for small to large corporations, limited-resource organizations, executive leaders, solopreneurs, dedicated teams, and individuals seeking a more balanced and efficient approach.
This workshop is part of the Prioritizing Mental Well-Being: A Workshop Series for Entrepreneurs. Recent studies show that 2/3 of entrepreneurs experience poor mental well-being. This can be anything from stress to burnout to breakdown. In this series, various speakers will showcase how you can support your own mental well-being, red flags along the way, share their own experiences, and equip you with tangible tips.
Upcoming webinars in this series:
- Managing your own Mental Health with Nancy Morris, May 4 @ 11:00 am
- Understanding What lies beneath your Stress with Lisa J. Weiss, May 11 at 1:00 pm
- Post Traumatic Growth: A Reason for Hope with Terri Storey and Matthew Segal, May 19 at 10:00 am
- Confessions of a Wealthy Yogini with Jacqueline Richards, May 27
- Developing Self-Management Skills for your Well-Being with Scott Rust, June 1 at 11:00 am
About the Speaker: Mallory Rowan
Mallory is a no-fluff, anti-hustle business coach who focuses on helping you build a brand that aligns with your life, brings you the income you desire, and creates a sustainable approach from day one. Five years ago, Mallory co-founded LVD Fitness, a lifestyle brand for athletes wanting to make an impact. She grew it to a global, multi-six-figure business and it almost killed her. Today, she helps entrepreneurs build without burning out. From large corporations to solopreneurs, she helps people zero in on how to grow their brand in a way that works, and feels really good. She has been featured as a Shopify Master, a lululemon ambassador, and one of United Way’s “People to Know”.