Have you ever felt trapped in the cycle of busyness in academia, only to find yourself feeling unfulfilled?
In today’s episode of The Mindful Academy, our host Jennifer Askey explores the concept of busyness and feeling unfulfilled in academia. She offers practical ways to prioritize your work and manage your time better. She also emphasizes the importance of defining success for yourself and aligning it with your institution’s expectations.
Are you ready to break free from the cycle of busyness and redefine what success means to you in academia? Class is in session – grab your seat, take out the notebook, and prepare for another great lesson!
- ZThere is a need to acknowledge personal boundaries and resist the temptation to exceed expectations continuously.
- ZPeople in academia should possess a distinct vision of success for their careers and comprehend what is genuinely significant to them.
- ZIndividuals must remain mindful of potential distractions and prioritize tasks that contribute meaningfully to their goals and vision of success.
About Our Host:
Jennifer used to be a professor, until one day she moved to a different country and gave up her career. She had to figure out “what next?”
Jennifer has devoted the last ten years to learning all that she can about positive psychology, emotional intelligence, the growth mindset, and mindfulness, so that she can help others do the same, and build a rewarding career in the process.