Path to Purpose Series: The Myth of Motivation, A Values-Driven Conversation
Hello, Life After Sports community! We’re coming back to you with another values-driven workshop since it was such a powerful conversation and we want as many of you as possible to be able to benefit from an approach that allows you to create more meaning and fulfillment in your own lives. If you weren’t able to make the last workshop, this is your chance to get a more dialed-in workshop that will be strictly donation-based.
See description below:
What really drives us to execute in the pursuit of high achievement? What allows us to complete tasks that truly move the needle in life? What the research in performance psychology shows is that getting meaningful results isn't actually about "feeling" motivated all the time. In fact, it's our values that guide our decision-making, drive our actions, and influence our evaluation of success. Understanding what we value allows us to set goals that are personally meaningful, serving as a compass that ground us and guide us. In this workshop, Ariel and Natasha will help you connect to your values so you can escape the "motivation" trap and still take action toward meaningful goals that bring you greater fulfillment in work and life.
- Identify core values and personal definitions of success
- Let go of “motivation” as a guiding force and commit to values-driven behavior
- Align work to authentic expression to feel more energized and engaged
See speaker bios below:
Ariel Naftali is the CEO & Founder of Perform With Purpose LLC, an organization that supports heart-centered professionals to realize their unique purpose and potential, so they can take their next steps in life with clarity and confidence. She currently serves on the Innovative Advisory Board of Kula For Karma, a nonprofit organization pioneering the integration of therapeutic yoga, meditation and stress management into mainstream medicine and healthcare. She also volunteers as a student mentor with oneTRUEzone, a nonprofit organization that provides career coaching services to college students. Ariel has a master's degree in Sport & Performance Psychology from the University of Denver and a bachelor's degree in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is certified in Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Ariel has a background in softball, basketball, tennis, and skiing and has played competitive soccer through her college years.
Natasha Habert is a consultant at Perform With Purpose LLC, learning from Ariel and partnering on offers to help people reignite their purpose throughout their career and transitioning out of sport. She currently works at Valor Performance, Inc., a leadership and performance coaching platform providing digital coaching and sustainable strategies for the modern work environment, where she helps support coach growth, development, and community. Natasha has a master’s degree in Sport Psychology from Florida State University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, where she played four years of competitive volleyball. She is currently working towards completing her Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC), contracting with a few local teams in Denver.