Why You’re Overwhelmed and Overcommitted – and What To Do About It [replay]

Michael O. "Coop" CooperRight BrainLeave a Comment

This week we finished the first teleclass in a series examining and explaining some common traps for right brain entrepreneurs and executives. The first class focused on why you are overwhelmed and overcommitted...the patterns that lead to this...and waht you can do about it in practical, straightforward suggestions.

Listen to this powerful teleclass:

Online? Listen here.

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Prefer to listen via phone? Temporary playback phone # is: (805) 399-1299

Download the handout for the class. (This is a graphic-heavy file, so takes a bit longer to download than a typical pdf or Word document.)

Class Description:
At some point, most right brain entrepreneurs experience being overwhelmed and overcommitted.This ends up not just affecting your stress levels and successes at work, but it also carries over into your personal life, how you feel about yourself, and whether or not you feel as passionate about your business as when you first started it.

The bad news is: these two factors create a self-perpetuating cycle – and it seems like you’ll never get out of it.

The good news is: there is a way to break the cycle, and I’m going to show you how to break it!

Are you an overwhelmed right brain entrepreneur?

photo by a2gemma, flickr.com/photos/78453620@N00

In this class you will:

  • learn the 5 primary reasons you keep finding yourself overwhelmed and overcommitted.
  • determine how being overwhelmed and overcommitted is impacting you and your business.
  • learn how to identify the hidden beliefs that keep you overwhelmed and overcommitted.
  • discover what you can do about it…in both the long term and the short term. (You need strategies for both in order to relieve the pressure you are under currently, as well as build structures and support that create an environment which prevents – and protects – you from being overwhelmed and overcommitted.)

We also explore how your brain, beliefs, and brawn (habits) play such a significant role in creating overwhelm and overcommitment.

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