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Helene Segura

Non Fiction, Self-help

Feb 17: Overcome the Challenges of Juggling Life & Working from Home with Helene Segura

Get Unstuck, Gain Focus, Improve Productivity & Creativity

If you’re struggling to find your new normal, you’re not alone.  Here’s another chance to catch listener favorite, Helene Segura. She talks with people every day about the challenges of managing kids, life, and working from home during a pandemic … and says it’s less about time management, and more about managing our minds and energy.

We discuss positive ways to overcome common challenges that many of us carried over from 2020, such as lack of focus and motivation. Impatience. Fear. The anxiety of uncertainty. And feeling blocked — creatively and productively.

About Helene Segura

With four books under her belt, including The Inefficiency Assassin: Time Management Tactics for Working Smarter, Not Longer, bestselling author Helene Segura knows what it takes to focus.  She’s been interviewed more than 200 times for feature articles in US News and World Report, Money Magazine, etc.  And has been a  guest on shows with Fox, CBS, ABC, and NBC affiliates.

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Business, Career, Non Fiction, Self-help

JAN 06: Design Your Own New Normal with Helene Segura

Kick 2020 chaos to the curb starting today!

If you were glad to see the back of 2020 (and who wasn’t!) what do you want to change or do differently in 2021?  Today Helene Segura discusses positive ways to overcome challenges that many of us faced last year, such as lack of focus and motivation. Impatience. Fear. The dread and anxiety of uncertainty. Feeling helpless and stuck.

Helene shares a very personal story with us…a life-changing challenge that some of you may have faced, in addition to those listed above. We also provide solutions to the stresses of working at home and being attached to your work 24/7. And most importantly, how to design a New Normal that works for you.

About Helene Segura

Bestselling author Helene Segura has written four books, including, The Inefficiency Assassin: Time Management Tactics for Working Smarter, Not Longer.  She’s a featured expert in more than 200 interviews for publications such as US News and World Report, Money Magazine; and has appeared on Fox, CBS, ABC, and NBC affiliates. Helene’s been a guest numerous times on Conversations Live with Vicki St. Clair, and is a listener favorite on managing our minds, energy, and lives.

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Business, Health & Wellness, Non Fiction, Self-help

AUG 05: Helene Segura’s The Great Escape & Tom Bunn’s Panic Free

If you have ever been guilty of claiming vacations are too stressful, you will fall behind if you take time off, you end up working on your days off, anyway … it’s time for you to get away from it all.  Helene Segura returns to Conversations Live with The Great Escape: A Vacation Planner for Busy People Who Want to Take a Real Break from Work and Life.

Known as The Inefficiency Assassin, productivity expert Helene Segura has authored four books and been the featured organization expert in over 200 media interviews.

Later, now that you’ve decided to take that vacation, there might be one more obstacle … a fear of flying.  Captain Tom Bunn, LCSW, is a licensed therapist who routinely addressed flight panic during his years as an airline pilot.  His methods of overcoming your anxiety and stress extend beyond the threshold of the airplane gate to everyday life.

Tom is the author of Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic, Anxiety, and Claustrophobiaand is a regular contributor to Psychology Today.

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Business, Health & Wellness, Non Fiction, Self-help

JUN 03: Helene Segura’s The Great Escape & Tom Bunn’s Panic Free

The most productive people in the world realize the importance of recharging and rebooting.  If you are guilty of claiming any of the usual tropes … vacations are too stressful, you will fall behind if you take time off, you end up working on your days off, anyway … it’s time for you to get away from it all.  Helene Segura returns to Conversations Live with The Great Escape: A Vacation Planner for Busy People Who Want to Take a Real Break from Work and Life.

Known as The Inefficiency Assassin, productivity expert Helene Segura has authored four books and been the featured organization expert in over 200 media interviews.

Later, now that you’ve decided to take that vacation, there might be one more obstacle … a fear of flying.  Captain Tom Bunn, LCSW, is a licensed therapist who spent many years addressing flight panic as an airline pilot.  His methods of overcoming your anxiety and stress extend beyond the threshold of the airplane gate to everyday life.

Tom is the author of Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic, Anxiety, and Claustrophobiaand is a regular contributor to Psychology Today.

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Business, Career, Personal Development, Self-help

JAN 15: Helene Segura’s Road Map to Get Organized & Samuel Culbert’s Good People, Bad Managers

So much to do, so little time!  If you’ve ever been swamped all day but felt like you’ve gotten nowhere, you could do with a little help getting things in order.  Helene Segura, M.A. ed.,  returns today with her new guidebook Road Map to Get Organized: Discover Your Thinking, Learning and Working Styles to Get Your Life Back on Track.  You’ll go step-by-step, learning to develop a mission, embrace change, discover your source of challenges and learning and working style, and how to plan your next steps.

Helene is an organization and productivity expert who guided listeners through keeping track of our New Year’s goals last year with quarterly appearances on Conversations Live.  She has appeared in more than 150 media interviews including publications such as Woman’s Day Magazine and Money Magazine, as well as on Fox, CBS, ABC and NBC affiliates.

“There are no bad dogs, just bad owners,” is probably a credo you have heard.  Samuel Culbert, PhD., takes the same principle to the workplace in Good People, Bad Managers: How Work Culture Corrupts Good Intentions.  Culbert contends the underlying cause of bad management behavior occurs as managers begin to move up the ladder, pursuing “success” skills rather than crucial management skills.  He offers advice on how to effect change in the workplace to bridge the gap between management and employees who feel disrespected.

Samuel A. Culbert, PhD., is an award-winning author, researcher and professor at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management.  He is the winner of a McKinsey Award for an article published in the Harvard Business Review, is a frequent contributor to management journals and has authored numerous chapters in leading management books.

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