Energetic, funny and engaging, Victoria Labalme talks about the follies of the modern language used to describe success in this managing a hectic routine keynote.
Beginning her presentation with an upbeat musical introduction, Labalme proceeds to ask her audience "do [they] ever feel slightly stressed just thinking about [their] day?" Contemporary business practices have people juggling personal and professional lives in an almost unfathomable display of compromise and multitasking. How busy a person is is becoming the new cultural symbol of status according to the communications expert.
Victoria Labalme quotes the writer James Thurber who wrote "all men should try before they die to find out what they are running from and what they are running to." Referring to one's daily routine as a "crazy conveyor belt of life," Labalme teaches people how to get their life back on track in a pleasurably manageable way.
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