Women: What Are You Prepared To Do To Get The Success You Want?

Many things will change when we receive a cancer diagnosis. But do we have to stop working? For how long, forever?

We hosted an open conversation about how to thrive and achieve more of life even when crossing rough times in life, especially when facing a cancer diagnosis.

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, you know that it can be a devastating experience. It can upend your entire world and leave you feeling overwhelmed and uncertain.

But there is hope. It is possible to thrive and achieve more of life even with a cancer diagnosis.

We heard insights and advice on how to cope with a cancer diagnosis, maintain a healthy work-life balance, and achieve your goals.

Here are some of the key takeaways:

  • It’s important to prioritize your physical and mental health. This means getting enough rest, eating a healthy diet, and exercising regularly. It also means finding healthy ways to manage stress, such as meditation, yoga, or spending time in nature.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for help. There are many resources available to support people with cancer, including financial assistance, transportation, and emotional support groups. Talk to your doctor, social worker, or other healthcare team members about what resources are available in your community.
  • It’s okay to make changes to your work life. If you need to take a leave of absence or reduce your hours, don’t feel guilty. Your health is the most important thing.
  • Don’t give up on your dreams. Even with a cancer diagnosis, it is still possible to achieve your goals. Talk to your doctor about what activities are safe for you, and don’t be afraid to adapt your plans as needed.

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, please watch our event video for more inspiration and advice.

Together, we can show the world that it is possible to thrive and achieve more of life, even when facing challenges.

About the speaker

Claudia Romero is a time efficiency and holistic productivity expert and consultant who helps and teaches business and team leaders how to increase the productivity of their teams by helping them reduce stress levels and overwhelm so there is less staff turnover and the business can increase profits and grow consistently.

As a mother of 3 boys, with one child with disabilities and 1 child with ASD, owner of multiple businesses and currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer, Claudia has had her fair share of challenges yet understands the importance of balance.

She leverages her research and knowledge in the field shining a light on various ways time can be optimised.

Also, she has been working with entrepreneurs and her proven and easy to follow methods and non-traditional productivity approach have helped them overcome overwhelm and burnout, simplify their lives and achieve the results they want – growing their business and having time to have fun in their personal lives without feeling guilty nor having any regrets.

Claudia is a captivating speaker who will deliver a first-class masterclass for achieving success in each area of work and life.





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