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Wednesday, February 23 • 8:30am - 9:00am
Track 2: How to Get Your Groove Back and Stay Inspired When Life is Still Dragging You Down

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It’s been a rollercoaster year—filled with so many ups and downs—as we’ve navigated the choppy and uncertain waters of a pandemic. Being in survival mode has certainly brought more stress and struggle, including sometimes snuffing out our energy and passion for work. How do we get our groove back and stay inspired when life is still dragging us down?

Join us for a fun and lighthearted presentation (but also meaningful, we hope!) on finding your joy and inspiration again. This session applies to those with an empty tank as well as those still firing on all cylinders—the learning, including learning from each other, will all be the same, including:
  • How to rekindle the passion for your work, especially after a hard season of change and disconnection, and regain the spark and joy in living out your mission
  • Strategies to refocus your day and take back your calendar (that are often hijacked by meetings and other people) 
  • Tip and tricks to get your mojo back, including where to find inspiration, mentoring, team synergy, and maybe even a daily dose of laughter at work

We also hope to crowdsource ideas from participants (either before the presentation or during the session) on how they are staying inspired during tough times to share with the group. Even though joy is an inside job, new ideas are a sweet salve to the soul and may be just the spark we need. 

Speakers
avatar for Heather Feeler

Heather Feeler

Missouri Department of Conservation
Heather Feeler, communications branch chief with the Missouri Department of Conservation, spends her professional time chasing interesting conservation stories and connecting people with nature. Her team is responsible for statewide news, social media, video, marketing, magazines... Read More →


Wednesday February 23, 2022 8:30am - 9:00am MST
Room 2

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