How To Have A Good Day – With Caroline Webb

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When was the last time you came home from your long day in the studio and felt truly happy in knowing that you have had a great day?  Or even better – a series of great days?

If the answer to that question is “months ago”, “years ago” or “never”, then you need to drop everything and listen to today’s podcast with special guest and author of ‘How To Have A Good Day’, Caroline Webb,

Caroline is a renowned author and scientist who is the author of the Dance Studio Owners Association’s book club pick of the month.

Studio owners from all over the globe are already loving her insights and tips on how to maximise productivity and achieve balance as a business owner so that your bad days are few and far between.

In today’s podcast

Caroline chats candidly with Clint to help studio owners find out what a “good day” looks like, and then digs deep to find simple and effective ways to make sure that you start having many more of them with insights on:

  • The key roles that sleep, nutrition and exercise can have on your productivity in your business, and the simple changes you can implement today
  • Finding ways to adapy to stress and change in your work and personal life so that you can still achieve great things in your studio without the overwhelm
  • Avoiding burnout, and Caroline’s tips on making sure that you get out of your “work bubble” when the warning signs start to show

You’ll also love Caroline’s advice on what to do when a “bad day” does strike so that you never need to feel guilty or write it off completely.

More about Caroline Webb

Caroline is a management consultant, economist and renowned leadership coach who has worked with hundreds of organizations to help their employees be more productive, energized, and successful – first as a Partner at McKinsey, where she continues to serve as a Senior Advisor, and now as CEO of her own firm, Sevenshift.

Her specialty is showing people how to transform their life and work for the better by applying insights from the behavioral sciences: behavioral economics, psychology and neuroscience. Her book on that topic which was our recent DSOA Book Club pick, How to Have a Good Day”, has been hailed as one of the “top must-read business books of 2016” by both Inc. and Forbes, described by Fortune as one of their top “self-improvement through data” books.

Caroline is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review, and her work has also been widely featured in national and international media over the years. She is a Founding Fellow of the Harvard-affiliated Institute of Coaching and has degrees in Economics from Cambridge and Oxford Universities. Caroline is based in New York, but travels frequently to give speeches and run workshops for clients around the world.

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