The Path to Stable Mental Health

Preserve your mental health by focusing on techniques that can exponentially boost your productivity with less stress.

Use productivity hacks and mindfulness techniques to reduce anxiety, stress, and depression.

We have priorities and deadlines at work, at home, and in our personal lives. We have this feeling where we are working on multiple tasks all day long and at the end of the day when we review our work, we realize we haven’t accomplished anything concrete.

The main reason for this is, our work and home environments are filled with distractions from having unnecessary and unproductive meetings, people constantly checking their messages on phones, emails, and Slack channels to our day to day distractions we face from our family members who are trying to co-exist in the same space as you.

As a result, we feel demotivated, less productive, and burnt out by the end of the day. Burnout is a serious issue and is attributed to a lot of mental and health issues. I was one such person who after working around the clock and helping people 24/7 ended up getting admitted to the hospital. How do we prevent this repetitive cycle from happening on a daily basis?

This is where mindfulness and productivity hacks can help. In this talk, I will discuss different ways to be highly productive at work and in personal life. I will teach you with real-life examples and videos how to become your best self to your organization and the loved ones around you. Some of the tools and tricks I will share include - Using the Focus Funnel, Doing Deep Work, Handling meetings and email effectively, strategies to reduce distractions, mindfulness practices, and much more. Take care of your mental health before it's too late. My talk will show you how.

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25-minute Talk

Virtual Pass session
2:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Room F1 - Track 1: Talks

25-minute Talk

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10:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Room E1 - Track 4: Mental Health Track

45-minute Keynote

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1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Room F1+F2+F3 - Plenary Equipment required

25-minute Talk

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1:30 a.m. – 2:00 a.m. Track 3

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