Sick and Tired? You don’t need a Physician: Try Personal Kanban
All of us are simply getting stressed because of multiple events happening in our life and hence we are not able to achieve the greatest goal of our life in time and sometimes never.
This session I shall talk about why this is happening to you and what is the solution.
Idea of this session is to shed some light on power of Personal Kanban and real life examples to save from being Sick and Tired
Kanban can be implemented in most walks of life. Knowingly or unknowingly few of us use it in few aspects of daily routine.
It would be focused on ways to improve productivity in your life and achieving your goals and biological and psychological aspect of it....
It would be a workshop mode session where in we would understand whats happening to us in our life and activities that lead us in this situation and will figure out how to get out of this and lead to successful life (Personal and Professional).
Outline/structure of the Session
- My Life Story
- Truth of Life
- Art of Multitasking
- Exercise to realize impact of multitasking
- Impact of Multitasking on Human Brain
- Secret of Human Brain
- Power of Self Organization
- Personal Kanban and its possibilities
- Personal Kanban Designing session
- Sample Illustrations and Benefits
Session will cover tools, techniques, case studies, exercises and examples to trigger thoughts among audience to identify and design a personal Kanban for their life..
How Body and brain behaves to different scenarios of life and how can we tackle it by our actions.
All of them who wants to improve their performance, outcome and be happy in life.
schedule Submitted 6 months ago
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