Tue, Oct 12|
Microlearning: The Importance of a Bias for Action w/Leslie Zann
Those who have a bias for action succeed in life and work
Time & Location
Oct 12, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
About the event
Leslie Zann is here to tell you, with utmost confidence, that it is possible for you to be perfectly happy in every area of your life. During this Microlearning, learn how to move from settling through courage and into action.
Stop settling in life, love, and on your happiness.
You don't have to be content with how things are...
There's a way you can stop settling for less...and redesign your life.
But here's the most important lesson: YOU NEED TO ACT.
You can't just wish it to happen or wait for happiness to come to you. Do you need to have a bias for action?
Bias for action helps us trust our gut and make decisions more quickly and efficiently. For example, you have to meet several deadlines at work, and action bias will help you prioritize and get to work instead of overthinking the workload.
Do you want to stop settling for a career that has you dreading going to work each day?
Stop settling in relationships just because you're afraid to be alone.
Stop settling in your creative pursuits.
Don't wait until "good enough" isn't good enough anymore.
Go for great!
Join us for our next Microlearning: The Importance of a Bias for Action on October 12:
4 pm- 5 pm PST San Francisco, CA
7 pm- 8 pm EST New York, NY
12 midnight - 1 am GMT, London, UK
8 am - 9 am KST, Seoul, South Korea (next day 10/13)
10 am - 11am AEDT, Sydney, Australia (next day 10/13)
Leslie Zann, CSP, is a high-energy, truth-telling game-changer. She has a unique talent for helping people overcome their "limiting beliefs" to create exponential success in all areas of their lives. Leslie believes everyone can design a life of unlimited possibilities. Leslie is also the author of Outrageous Achievement.
With over two decades of sales, leadership, and business development experience, Leslie has a unique talent for candidly addressing the fears that keep people stuck. By sharing her personal story of success, loss, failure, and rebounding to even tremendous success.
Leslie Zann's book Outrageous Achievement is out now; find out more here:
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