When it comes to doing our best work, we’re taught that long, brutal hours, stressful days and nights, and constant competition are things we just have to accept as reality if we want to be successful. While there is great value in the decision to work hard for something, we must not fall prey to the belief that our best contributions should beat us down. To truly offer our best work, we must align what we value and where we find identity with our job’s expectations and definition of success. This session will cover: The Myth of Hard, The Fear of Easy, Flowing Where the Water Already Flows, Creating Your Own Standards, and Redefining the Hardest Part of Work.
Reagan Pugh, Co-Founder, Assemble