As a nonprofit professional, the year-end fundraising season can mean working longer hours than usual without breaks, resulting in burnout. But it doesn’t have to be that way this year! Even with the added stress and nuance of adjusting to a post-pandemic world, rising costs, and the effects of the Great Resignation on nonprofit teams.
Join us to hear from certified mindfulness teacher and founder and CEO of the Mindful Techie, Meico Whitlock. Meico will cover the latest research on toxic productivity, how you can avoid it, and share tips and best practices that can help you mindfully reach your year-end goals without sacrificing your mental or physical health. You’ll learn:
- What toxic productivity is and how to avoid it
- Practical strategies to get things done mindfully and intentionally
- How to reduce stress while being productive
If the thought of year-end fundraising results in stress, or you feel exhausted and overwhelmed, this webinar is for you!
Meet the Speaker:
Meico Whitlock helps changemakers create work-life and tech-life balance so they can do their best work better while living their best lives. He is the founder and CEO of Mindful Techie, author of the Intention Planner, and a certified trauma-informed mindfulness teacher. Through speaking, training, and coaching, he facilitates transformative experiences that foster wellbeing in a hyperconnected and distracted world. He has worked with organizations such as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, FDA, Cigna, and Greenpeace, and has been a featured speaker on ABC News, Fox 5, and Radio One. He’s a former triathlete, loves salsa dancing, and makes the world’s best vegan chili! He holds an M.S. in Information Science from the University of Michigan and a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish from Morehouse College.