Stress/Time Management

“How to Get More Done with Less Stress”

Is your reality “do more with less?” In this high energy presentation you will discover how to get done the things that matter most and set limits with people who make unreasonable demands, including three ways to say “no” nicely. Strategies for conquering habits that add to your stress will also be shared.

Presentation highlights include:

  • How to determine which tasks are urgent, important…or neither
  • Three strategies for identifying priorities
  • How to spend more time on the tasks that relate to your goals
  • How to identify and eliminate your most common time wasters
  • Find out how and when you procrastinate
  • Top five techniques for overcoming procrastination
  • Discover how guilt, perfectionism and other personal traits stress you out and waste your time
  • Fifty clues that you are on stress overload…and what to do about it
  • Learn real life stress strategies

    CLIENT CASE STUDY
    “How to Get More Done with Less Stress”

     

    I had a unique opportunity to speak at a conference in Reykjavik, Iceland in December 2003.  The Society for Incentive Travel Executives (SITE) selected my presentation topic “How to Get More Done with Less Stress” because of its ideal fit with their conference theme: “Renew, Refresh, Rejuvenate.”

     

    Although my topic emphasizes de-stressing thru effective communication—saying NO nicely, setting boundaries and dealing with competing demands—the Iceland conference planners determined that dealing with communication-related stress was an integral part of their theme. 


    As usual, I arrived early and stayed late which helps me learn more about the industry and develop a deeper connection with the audience members.

     

    Please take a look at client list and client testimonials.  See below for an example of content provided in this presentation.   I look forward to collaborating with you! Sarita

     

    PRESENTATION CONTENT EXAMPLE
    Habits That Cause Stress
    Which ones do you recognize in yourself?

     

    • Perfectionism

     

     

    • Trying to fix/control others

     

     

    • Too many priorities

     

     

    • Overanalyzing

     

     

    • People pleasing

     

     

     

     

Sarita keynoting on How to Get More Done with Less Stress to 2300 people at Texas Counseling Association conference