Work-Life Balance 1: Tea Cup Energy Drainers

In this week's podcast episode Leyla talks about how to manage your work-life blend using the tea cup energy drainers model. Continue Reading Work-Life Balance 1: Tea Cup Energy Drainers

Welcome to the 145th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. It’s the month of June, and this month’s theme is all about tips to support your work-life balance or blend. To kick off, we are going to me talking about tea cup energy drainers.

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On today’s show about Tea Cup Energy Drainers

  • The challenges of hybrid working on mental wellbeing. [02:19]
  • Explaining the tea cup energy drainer model. [05:35]
  • How to apply the tea cup analogy in your life. [06:29]
  • About the concept of eliminate, automate or transfer [09:16]
  • The importance of delegation and how you can consider this [13:03]

Quotes about Tea Cup Energy Drainers

  • It seems that hybrid working may be causing a lot of UK workers to ignore their mental health.
  • It’s really about making sure you have the right balance for yourself.
  • Our professional lives are really tied up with identity.
  • Balancing or blending our work and life is quite a delicate act.
  • You cannot drink from an empty cup.

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