Tue, Jan 05|
Let's Talk: Getting Unstuck w/Amy Yip
Sometimes our lives might outwardly appear “perfect”, yet something still feels missing. Our fears and insecurities keep us stuck; holding us back from our dreams, from writing our own narrative. We live our lives according to the ‘should’s’ that others have placed on us.
Time & Location
Jan 05, 2021, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST
About the event
Sometimes our lives might outwardly appear “perfect,” yet something still feels missing. Our fears and insecurities keep us stuck, holding us back from our dreams, from writing our own narrative. We live our lives according to the ‘should’s’ that others have placed on us.
Join us for our next Let's Talk on the topic "Getting Unstuck" on January 5, 2021, from
12 pm-1 pm PST San Francisco, CA
3 pm- 4 pm EST New York, NY
8 pm - 9 pm GMT, London, UK
5 am - 6 am KST, Seoul, South Korea
Amy Yip, a certified Life Transformation and Mental Fitness Coach, Speaker, and Facilitator. She works with leaders worldwide to let go of the ‘shoulds’ and write the narrative they want to tell as the author of their own life story. After 16+ years leading global teams at organizations like Google, Booz Allen, and Clorox, Amy left the corporate world, sold all her belongings in her NYC apartment, and took a 1-way flight to Ghana with her husband volunteer at a breast cancer non-profit. The plan was to volunteer until May then travel the world. Clearly, COVID had different plans for her! She ended up getting stuck in Ghana for 7 months. Mental Fitness helped her find the courage to pursue her dreams, pivot her dreams during COVID, and discover the gift and opportunity in every circumstance.
This is a two-part series with Amy with a Microlearning on Mental Fitness - How Building Mental Fitness Helps You Own Your Story on January 19th.
Let's Talk is a bi-weekly conversation with leading executives, thought leaders, and changemakers. There are no presentations or talking heads, just people having a conversation about career, family, and what matters the most to them.
It doesn't have to be lonely at the top.