How to Find the Energy to Rebalance Your Life
(Applying the lessons of the long road you are on to make your journey richer)
Life often imitates sports: to make progress, you need energy and balance.
Come hear from a master of the long journey what he has found along the road regarding the tips, tricks and techniques that Greg used to ride across America in just 18 days -- averaging 150 miles a day -- at age 66!
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Greg Conderacci has been using the magic of communication to help people lead happier, more productive and more rewarding lives.
He is the author of Getting UP! Supercharging Your Personal Energy, which shares his high-energy secrets to accomplish more in less time, reduce stress and achieve work-life balance.
A veteran teacher and trainer, he focuses on key success skills like time/personal energy management, ethics, leadership, business development, and effective speaking and writing. He also teaches marketing at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University.
As an ultra-long-distance bicycle rider, he has ridden coast-to-coast in 18 days, averaging 150 miles a day. He qualified for Race Across America (the equivalent of qualifying for the Boston Marathon for runners) by riding 500 miles in under 40 hours. He has twice completed the 750-mile Paris-Brest-Paris Randonnee (one of the world’s oldest cycling events).
As always with the XPX Speaker Series, be prepared to be a part of the discussion with commentary and questions, as we have designed an interactive, learning discussion for you.
Greg Conderacci, Author of Getting UP! Supercharging Your Energy.
Greg Conderacci helps his audiences discover the energy to navigate the challenges of the 21st Century.
“Twentieth Century time management skills don’t go far enough in today’s ‘always on’ world,” Greg says. “You can’t get more than 24 hours in a day, but you can get far more energy. Now, you need to spend time managing your energy -- not energy managing your time.”
When he isn’t consulting on corporate identity and energy, he teaches marketing at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the #1-ranked U.S. public health school.
Early in his career, he left a job covering economics at The Wall Street Journal to spend a decade creating programs for the poor in Baltimore -- including Maryland’s largest soup kitchen, Our Daily Bread. (Over the last 35 years, it has served more than 7 million meals…and lunch to the Pope.) Later, he led marketing and sales teams at Price Waterhouse and Prudential. He was chief marketing officer at Alex. Brown, America’s oldest investment bank.
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