Are You Doing Your Greatest Work with Dr. Amanda Crowell

You feel it calling to you—the Great Work you most want to do in the world—but real life keeps getting in the way. Dr Amanda Crowell, author of “Great Work: Do What Matters Most Without Sacrificing Everything Else”, tells us how to get to the work we were most meant to do:

How to get off the “productivity roller coaster of doom” to make the time for your Great Work.

Why your health and happiness make your Great Work flow easier—and how to optimize for them.

A few questions to consider if you haven’t quite figured out your Great Work (hint: the threads are already there).

A framework to catalyze your Great Work from simply a motivating vision to specific day-to-day actions.

The role of identity in keeping you from—or rushing you to—your Great Work.



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Dr. Amanda Crowell is a cognitive psychologist, speaker, podcaster, author of Great Work, and the creator of the Great Work Journals.

Amanda’s TEDx talk: Three Reasons You Aren’t Doing What You Say You Will Do has received more than a million views and has been featured on TED’s Ideas blog and TED Shorts. Her ideas have also been featured on NPR, Al Jazeera, The Wall Street Journal, Quartz, and Thrive Global.

Amanda lives in New Jersey with her husband, two adorable kids, and a remarkable newfiepoo named Ruthie. She spends her days educating future teachers, coaching accidental entrepreneurs, and speaking about how to make progress on Great Work to colleges and corporate teams.



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