Mon, Aug 29|
Define your Minimum Viable Priorities (MVPs)- Join us for a 1 hour Interactive Workshop where you'll learn about MVPs, and follow a five step process to create your own!
Time & Location
Aug 29, 2022, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MDT
About the event
In theory, we want to do it all: slay our careers, practice wonderful self care, develop personal interests and hobbies, spend meaningful time with family and friends, grow our skills and knowledge, and give back to our community. It sounds great, but so often we feel like we’re buckling under the pressure to do it all.
Minimum Viable Priorities are the clear expression of the essential elements that make your life feel successful, rewarding and worthwhile. They represent the minimum amount that you commit to doing, consistently, that you’ll celebrate as a success.
They are a powerful tool in combating overwhelm, and the ballooning expectations and responsibilities so many of us face. MVPs are an intentional practice in clearly defining what matters, and what is “enough”. They are also an act of self compassion, by creating expectations that are manageable and realistic.
So much of our goal setting tends to be of the aspirational, stretch-goal variety. It can be exhausting. What would it look like to set minimums instead of always aspiring to bold expectations? How might that be freeing? What space could that create in your life?
In this interactive workshop, we’ll explore the concept of MVPs, explore where you could benefit from creating them, and go through a step by step process to create your very own MVPs.
This session is a condensed version of a workshop that is part of the Mindfulness Incubator Digital Detox & Renewal Retreat.Facilitator Bio - Stephanie G.
Stephanie is currently Senior Director at a large global tech company. Over her 14 years there, she's held a number of leadership positions overseeing both people and space strategies.
Prior, Stephanie was a Management Consultant with McKinsey & Company advising clients across a range of industries on Marketing Strategy, Performance Management and Operations, including a one year Fellowship with the Social Sector Office.
Stephanie is an experienced workshop and program developer and facilitator who’s passionate about health and wellness. She holds an Executive Coaching Certification from the Hudson Institute, as well as a Holistic Health Counseling Certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is a regular contributor and retreat facilitator (including an upcoming September 16-19 retreat!) for Mindfulness Incubator, a community focused on enabling us to live with more purpose and intention.
Stephanie is mom to twin elementary aged kids, a lover of the outdoors, an avid reader and lifelong learner.