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September 2, 2021 – Sport Law is committed to sharing relevant knowledge to sport leaders using a variety of mediums including newsletters, webinars, workshops, keynotes, educational sessions, and blogs.

In this moving insight, Dina Bell-Laroche shares personal and professional examples of when we might want to stop struggling, and working so hard, and “just let thing be for a bit”. How many times do we find ourselves digging deep, only to acknowledge that it’s still not enough? In those moments, what do we do? In Sport Law’s most recent blog about leadership, Partner Dina Bell-Laroche identifies a new way of being that allows sport leaders to reduce stress and their overall exhaustion.

For those looking to understand what this might mean, consider the concept of flow and how when we are accessing a higher energy state, everything slows down, we forget where we are, and we are fully immersed in the experience of being. This shift from efforting to activating can be reached through a practice called the MIN – MAX Principle.

To learn more about how you can reduce your burnout, please read the full blog:

https://sportlaw.ca/from-efforting-to-activating-reframing-through-the-min-max-principle/

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For more information, please contact Dina Bell-Laroche at 613.591.1246 or DBL@sportlaw.ca.