From Burnout and Breakdown to Sustainable Working and Living Talk

I am super excited to announce my new talk!
From Burnout and Breakdown to Sustainable Working and Living 

Burnout is at crisis levels for employees and entrepreneurs. Left unaddressed, burnout can lead to breakdown professionally and personally. And it can impact your physical and mental health. Thankfully, there are strategies and tactics you can use to feel better almost immediately.

In this talk we will cover:

  • Why prioritizing what to do (and what to say no to) will make you more productive
    (and keep you out of overwhelm)
  • Why you need to acknowledge your part in overworking  How to decrease stress and anxiety instantly with simple techniques you can do anywhere  What questions and mindset shifts can get you back in control when you feel triggered 
  • How to notice negative self-talk to help you see possibility (and stop beating yourself up)
  • Why scheduling self-care and white space unlocks energy, creativity, and problem-solving (and gets you MORE time, not less)

You will learn easy, helpful, and practical strategies that you can use in your professional and personal life right away. As you incorporate these daily, you will start working in a way that is sustainable over the long term, creating a life you actually want to live.

Available wherever you buy books

Catherine Altman Morgan is the author of This Isn’t Working! Evolving the Way We Work to Decrease Stress, Anxiety, and Depression, and an award-winning career transition expert who has been coaching professionals through job and life transitions for more than 20 years. She speaks about career transition, workplace mental health, and small business / entrepreneurship. Catherine graduated from Vassar College with a B.A. in Psychology. Before starting her consulting business, Point A to Point B Transitions Inc., she was employed by KPMG, Arthur Andersen, and Deloitte. Catherine works with clients who have been laid off, believe their situation is unsustainable, or find that whatever they’ve been doing isn’t working for them anymore. Never bland or boring, Catherine is not afraid to poke fun at herself, or the situations we all face.