Women Mean Better Business Webinar Series: Overplugged – Creating Mental Space For Aha Moments


webinar2When do you think of your best ideas? It’s probably not when you are fully engulfed in the rings, pings, and dings of constant information consumption.

“Aha Moments” require a certain level of mental space that is incredibly difficult to find in our always-on culture. As executives and knowledge workers in need of creativity and innovative thought, cultivating an environment for deep thinking is increasingly becoming a necessity. 


In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • Why relying on willpower for tech balance may be a big mistake
  • Strategies for incorporating more reflection in your day
  • How boredom should be embraced, not eliminated
  • The folly of multitasking with tips to change
  • Creative ways to allow your brain to wander and wonder
  • Ways that a mental food plate can be applied to your life
  • A qualitative test to determine if you’re overplugged

You’ll leave this session inspired to start implementing the actionable strategies to carve out your own mental space for Aha Moments, along with improving the creative potential for your employees.


You’re Invited!

Join us on Wednesday, April 8 when David Ryan Polgar teaches us how unplugging can increase your creativity.

Overplugged – Creating Mental Space For Aha Moments

DRPDavid Ryan Polgar is trying to change your relationship with technology. With a background as an attorney and educator, he digs below the surface to examine our tech use from an ethical, legal, and emotional perspective. The result is a unique look into emerging trends and business insight. Learn more about David on his website.

When: Wednesday, April 8, 2015, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET
Cost: Free

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