OWLS Queen’s Bench Chapter
Monthly Luncheon, Guest Speaker – Amanda Ryan Fear
Tuesday, February 13, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Multnomah County Courthouse, 1200 SW 1st Avenue Courtroom 13C Portland & Virtual via WebEx
No cost. Register Online Here
As part of the Queen’s Bench 2024 speaker series on identifying and focusing on our purpose and values, we will offer practical sessions to assist with eliminating distractions from our true goals.
Do you ever feel like you’re running in too many different directions? Let’s fix that. If your to-do list seems endless despite your best efforts, join us as we learn to change our approach to productivity. This workshop will provide practical insights to combat overwhelm—and the feelings of anxiety it can produce—and a framework to propel you towards efficiency. In this hands-on workshop you will learn:
1. Why productivity has nothing to do with time management and everything to do with energy management;
2. How to optimize your energy to increase productivity; and
3. How to get things off of your to-do list once and for all.
Please bring a copy of your calendar and to-do list to this interactive session.
Dr. Amanda Ryan Fear is a feminist leadership coach and the founder of Amanda Ryan Fear Coaching. Amanda helps professional women stop feeling overwhelmed, unfulfilled, and anxious so they can enjoy the lives they’re working so hard to build. A former high school assistant principal, Amanda holds a doctoral degree in education methodology, policy, and leadership. When she isn’t working with clients you can find her running a 5-acre horse farm, riding her horse Petey, surfing on the Oregon Coast, climbing the occasional mountain and hanging out with her husband and their 12-year old daughter.