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3 Sly Energy Swipers

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Thursday, March 3rd, 12:00 pm MST
(2:00pm EST/11:00am PST)
45 minutes

Can't make it day of? Register anyway and get the replay!
Free Webinar
by Whitney Sullivan
Who this is for:  leaders and professionals that want an energy boost, want to prevent or manage burnout, and want to increase resilience in challenging times.  This training  will identify three sneaky things fueling burnout and three strategies to protect your energy. 

This webinar is for you if: can't stop working without completing every last item on your to-do list feel depleted at the end of each day (and not in a satisfying way) can't take that day off or hit that noon workout because it feels selfish often think things like "I shouldn't be tired, others have it worse than me" feel compelled to prove yourself at work day in and day out.


Reset Your Mindset

YOU are your life and work's most valuable resource. Hit the refresh button on your career wellness and write a new mantra for your self-care.


Recharge Your Resilience

Identify where needs may be going unaddressed, causing residual energy drain leading to fatigue. Treat mental health the same as physical health.


Recalibrate Your Success

Redefine what success looks like and feels like. Take an audit of your energy, metrics for success, and what belongs (and doesn't belong) on your to-do list.

This TRAINING will help you


3 Energy Swipers Fueling Burnout



Labeling emotions, feelings, needs, and experiences as good or bad/right or wrong. When we don't approach circumstances with non-judgment, we limit our ability to cope in a way that builds resilience, conserves energy and inspires endurance.



Self-talk leads to feelings, feelings lead to beliefs, beliefs lead to actions. When we have a subtle belief or small voice in our heads that says "self-care is selfish," it takes away the inner power you need to support yourself and pursue actions that nurture your body, mind and soul.



Tethering self-worth to achievement and productivity. When we tie self-worth to our success, we enter dangerous territory for our career wellness. A compulsion to always be achieving, winning or producing drives unhealthy behaviors that fuel burnout.


For years, I've worked with students and clients who are very ambitious, career-driven and leaders in their field.


Recent circumstances have taken tolls on their energy in ways you might predict: frustration from constant change, fatigue from constant crisis and low morale from overall life stress resulting from the pandemic and its after effects.


Yet, I also began observing more subtle, subconscious habits that were draining their energy, were restricting their ability to get their needs met, and were making a challenging season even more unpleasant.

Strategies to address these energy swipers helped my clients and students boost their resilience.


Whitney Hinshaw Sullivan

Leadership & Career Coach | Speaker | Facilitator

Whitney is an energetic speaker, facilitator and coach committed to helping purpose-driven professionals align their passions, values and talents to a meaningful career; and, to helping leaders develop success skills for conflict, courage and connection.


In addition to public speaking and workshop/retreat leading, she advances her missions through 1:1 and group coaching programs that provide career counseling, leadership training, emotional intelligence development and courage building.


Whitney was born and raised in Nebraska and is a two-time alumna of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She spent ten years in higher education before transitioning to entrepreneurship. Whitney currently lives in Bozeman, Montana with her husband Tim, where she is also an avid reader, outdoor adventurer and cycling instructor. She can't wait to connect with you!

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