We hear a lot about time management but in reality, all that we can manage is our energy. This session will focus on physical, mental and emotional energy which could be seen as the amount of energy we have, our ability to channel and focus that energy on a given task, to adapt and be flexible in the face of uncertainty and to find meaning and purpose in our work and lives.
Who should attend
This course is suitable for accountants, and other business professionals, who might be experiencing challenges in the current uncertainty we are experiencing. It will be a useful session for those that are interested in pressing pause in order to reflect before moving forward in a positive direction in both their personal and professional lives. It is for those aiming to take on some empowering daily practices that will add focus, structure and provide purpose to their daily routines without adding additional clutter, overwhelm or noise.
- Simple steps to improving sleep and increasing physical energy
- Journaling practices for increased mental focus and clarity
- Meditation and breathing practices for emotional resilience
- An exercise for identifying and overcoming stressful thoughts or beliefs
Key Learning Outcomes
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the factors that most affect our sleep cycle
- Appreciate the benefits provided from daily journaling
- Form a simple consistent meditation practice for practicing calm
- Recognise triggers and stories that are the source of their stress
- Better communicate with themselves and those around them
Pat Divilly is a speaker, podcaster and high-performance coach who works with individuals and companies globally who want to perform at their best. Between 2012-2016, Pat took his fitness business from 5 local clients in Galway to 25,000 global clients and released three books on training, nutrition and mindset. For the past four years he has blended these learnings and spoken all over the world sharing ideas around awareness, stress and energy management, resilience and communication.