Stop surviving, start thriving.
With timeframes getting tighter, workplaces becoming more competitive, and the daily demands of life hanging over us it can be easy to sacrifice our own health and happiness to “get it all done”. You know the feeling right? It’s like Ground Hog day, the same old manic schedule, just faster-paced and more pressure.
Maybe you’re close to burnout, or have already hit the wall, or maybe you just keep questioning, “isn’t there more to life than this?”
Jennifer Jefferies is The Present Day Wise Woman. One of Australia’s most respected authors and a highly sought after speakers in the area of health and wellbeing, working closely with some of the world’s most well known brands to restore work life balance in their organisations.
No stranger to corporate burnout herself, she now works with individuals, like you, who yearn for a better, healthier, more successful life.
You can be living a life of contribution, joy and wealth – away from the stresses and pressures of the corporate rat race, and Jennifer can show you how.
Latest Podcast Episodes
Every day our self-talk affirms the beliefs we have about ourselves – good or bad. That’s what makes affirmations so powerful; they allow us to take control of our thoughts and become more mindful of the words and stories we tell ourselves. In this episode, Jen shares how to craft powerful affirmations and use your language to serve and not sabotage.
Are you having trouble doing the things you know you should or would like to do? Procrastination is the habit of delaying a task or goal by distracting yourself with something easier, more enjoyable and often less urgent. While it can seem fun, gratifying and even productive in the moment, it ultimately prevents you from getting where you really want to be. In this episode, Jen shares three practical tips to ditch procrastination so you can get on with achieving your goals.
Do you feel like you are drowning daily? Think you’re meant to keep on struggling without help? Think again. In this episode, Jen talks about the importance of asking for help and tells it straight – asking for help isn’t a sign that you are giving up; it’s a sign you are downright refusing to.