TEDx speaker expounds on four principles to improve wellbeing and productivity

Theo O’Connor can help you ensure a sustainable supply of energy for all our life endeavours.

BPW COFFS COAST’S final Women, Wisdom and Wine evening session for 2023 will explore the topic of ‘personal sustainability’.

The meeting will examine the question of ‘How to maximise personal wellbeing and productivity to thrive not just survive’.

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“Whatever your profession or chosen life path, personal sustainability is vital to your long-term livelihood and career success,” event guest speaker Thea O’Connor told NOTA.

Ms O’Connor is a health and wellbeing expert who has pioneered groundbreaking approaches to health in clinical, public health and workplace settings.

She will share her insights and practical tips on how to prioritise self-care, manage stress and maintain a healthy work-life balance.

In this presentation, Ms O’Connor will share her four principles of ‘personal sustainability’.

“This is so you can identify your top energy drainers, and remedy them by integrating personal ‘renewable energy’ habits into daily life, so you can enjoy more energy, less stress, better performance at work and on the home front.”

Throughout her career, Ms O’Connor has been at the forefront of changing personal and cultural mindsets for the sake of our wellbeing.

For instance, she helped change public health messaging about weight management to prevent stigmatisation of larger people, well before diversity and inclusion were commonplace buzzwords.

A self-described ‘naptivist, Ms O’Connor works to make the power nap the new coffee break.

She broke new ground by bringing awareness about menopause to Australian workplaces so that women don’t have to suffer in silence or press pause on their careers.

Ms O’Connor is also a TEDx speaker, qualified health professional (dietitian), science graduate and winner of Adelaide University’s Prize in Genetics.

This in-person gathering will take place on Wednesday, November 29 from 6pm at the Cavanbah Centre, 191 Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450.

See Eventbrite for tickets.


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