Strategies in Self-Care for Event Professionals: Take a Break BEFORE You Break

Strategies in Self-Care for Event Professionals: Take a Break BEFORE You Break

By Camille Moore, June 5, 2019

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As an event professional, you take care of everyone—your client, your sponsors, your vendors and your attendees.  When you do you take care of yourself? Event planning is a stressful career, and if you don’t take time to care for yourself, you won’t be able to take care of anyone else. Join this interactive and fun webinar with the self-care expert Breeda Miller.  You will learn how to take a break BEFORE you break so you can serve your clients and not lose yourself in the process.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will learn ways to anticipate and respond to stressful situations.
  2. Participants will understand and act upon techniques to increase self-care practices.
  3. Participants will develop skills to increase the use of humor as a coping mechanism in stressful situations.

Speaker Bio:

Breeda Miller works with organizations to support planners and professional and family caregivers to be healthier and more productive. Her self-care strategies help planners and caregivers care better for others, reduce stress and burnout. Breeda is a caregiver with a voice and message that resonates with audiences worldwide. Her focus on self-care seamlessly connects with wellness and work/life balance needs. As an award-winning author and speaker, Breeda brings humor and the power of story to create a lasting impact.

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Website: breedamiller.com

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