Feeling Overwhelmed? How to Turn Anxiety into Serenity

When: Thursday, December 5, 2024, 2-3 p.m. ET


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Presenter: Dr. Kimine Mayuzumi, Co-founder, Being Lazy and Slowing Down

Kimine MayuzumiFeeling overwhelmed by your busy work-home life or writing projects? In this one-hour webinar, Kimine Mayuzumi, PhD., co-founder of Being Lazy and Slowing Down, will provide practical strategies to navigate these anxiety-laden situations.

By the end of the session, you'll:

  • Uncover the essential framework that centers your wellbeing, illuminating your path forward. 
  • Discover the top tip for moving forward with more confidence amidst uncertainty.
  • Learn how to navigate anxiety during career or life transitions with ease and focus.

Through interactive exercises and an accompanying Resource Sheet, you'll gain an opportunity to ruminate on your own circumstances and apply these strategies, empowering you to find grace and serenity in the midst of life’s challenges and reclaim balance in both your professional and personal journey.

Dr. Kimine Mayuzumi is the co-founder of Being Lazy and Slowing Down, a personal and professional development initiative dedicated to supporting higher-education professionals to prioritize their wellbeing without sacrificing productivity. With a Ph.D. specializing in the challenges faced by minoritized individuals in Higher Education, she has guided hundreds of academics through workshops, webinars, group programs, and innovative resources. Kimine's expertise lies in helping minoritized higher-education professionals navigate debilitating anxiety, imposter feelings, depression, and burnout, guiding them towards regained clarity, purpose, and focus. Her goal is to facilitate not only survival but also thriving, enabling individuals to cultivate sustainable practices for both personal and professional fulfillment.