Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time
Want to get more done but you don’t have more time?
Register for this webinar designed to help you manage your personal energy.
The big secret to getting more done, avoiding burnout and living life more fully is simple. But simple isn’t always easy! Instead of focusing solely on managing time, we must also focus on managing your energy. Productivity isn’t about how much time you spend, it’s about how focused and effective you are during that time. Time is a finite resource, personal energy is 100% renewable. You just need to understand the sources you can tap into.
Join us to learn how simple adjustments to your schedule and maximizing your physical, mental, and emotional energy can leave you refreshed, focused, and ready to take on whatever challenges come your way.
*If you can’t attend the live webinar, please register and a recording of the session will be sent to you.
Julie Jones spent 26 years leading Division I softball programs with her mission being simple – to build Smarter Students, Stronger Athletes and Better People. Continuing her work of helping student-athletes reach their goals on and off the field, Coach Jones now serves as a Certified Mental Performance and Mindset Coach and Positive Performance Visualization Specialist as the founder of SSB Performance, LLC. – Smarter, Stronger Better Mindset Training and works with sports teams and business organizations from all over the U.S.
Coach Jones also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Ursuline College teaching well-being and performance, mindset training, athletic coaching and career development courses in both the undergraduate and graduate studies programs. She is an instructor in Ursuline’s Institute for Women, Wellness & Work where she currently leads the Personal Energy Management program and serves on the Institute’s Women’s Leadership Committee.
A breast cancer survivor, Jones is a 7-time Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Survivor winner and her Akron Garfield High School #9 jersey was retired. Jones was an All-Conference, All-Region and NFCA Academic All-American catcher and 4-year starter at Baldwin-Wallace University, leading her team to the NCAA Tournament as a senior. She and pitcher Donna Wheeler set the all-time DIII record for strikes outs in a career.