February Topic: How to Regain Focus & Healthy Headspace in a Noisy World
SUSTAINING SMALL: A MONTHLY DIALOGUE FOR MICRO BUSINESS OWNERS
February 10, 2021
February 10, 2021
Mental Health First Aid Coach and entrepreneur Becky Mickletz shares tips and tricks to navigate a world gone mad.
Health isn’t just what we eat but what we think, say and do. As we have all been pushed more into the digital space over the last year, it is incredibly important to be aware of how our headspace is impacted and how we can make more room for the good stuff!
As business owners, entrepreneurs, partners, parents (and more!) we face stressors on our health, and you may be missing some signs—be they physical, emotional, interpersonal, or professional. Cue the burnout! As we push through the whirlwind obligations of our busy lives, it can be hard to recognize the symptoms and signs of what we need before they reach a critical point and demand to be addressed.
Becky Mickletz, a Denver business owner (Remickz Marketing) shares tangible tips and tricks for navigating your mental health and wellness in a world that can have a lot of noise and how you can maintain a healthy headspace in the process.
– Learn how to create better boundaries with your work + digital spaces
– Discover the resources you need to redefine your relationship with self-care
– Learn new tools and techniques you can use to better fill your cup and nurture a better daily headspace
About Our Speaker
Becky Mickletz, founder of Remickz Marketing, specializes in brand strategy and design. Originally from the exotic land of Pennsylvania, she spent six years in Los Angeles specializing in branding for music and events, and now resides in Denver, CO. With nearly a decade of experience with companies such as Fast Company, Denver Startup Week, and SXSW, Becky has developed a career to help companies find their unique voice, successfully define and tell their story, and implement it through their various marketing efforts.
As a business owner, she hit an ‘Oh FUDGE!’ moment where her mental health rapidly declined and knew she had to make a change for herself, her relationships, and her business. She later became certified in Mental Health First Aid and speaks to entrepreneurs and business owners on maintaining a healthy mental state in a busy working world. Her initiatives are aimed to create free and inclusive materials and help break the stigma around mental health. This has included a free positivity textline (The Hypeline) and a free beginner’s guide with worksheets to help nurture a better headspace on the daily.
About Sustaining Small
Sustaining Small is a monthly series for artisans, creatives, designers, writers, retail and other microbusiness entrepreneurs, who want to engage in dialogue about what it means to thrive.
We gather each month for meaningful conversations, education and workshops about how to maintain, manage and create a microbusiness and creative livelihood that feels authentic to you, your vision and how you want your life and profession to integrate.
These monthly dialogues are meant to be a space of community building, support and learning. We are here to help you get clear about what you want, how to achieve it and ensure longevity for your vision.
Sustaining Small is a safe space where you get to ask the questions you haven’t asked, discover new ways of thinking, uncover key resources and tools, and find out what other creatives in the community are doing to “sustain small.”
Why We Founded Sustaining Small
Kristina Thayer of Candelaria and Kate Bailey of TARRA created this gathering because we understand the unique challenges micro-businesses face. We know that there are millions of small business owners who don’t subscribe to the notion that “success” means hundreds of thousands of adoring fans, millions of dollars in the bank, dozens of employees and a global supply chain.
For many of us, “success” means being able to do what we love, on our own terms, in our own space with our own two hands.
We look forward to meeting you.
Stay tuned for more exciting programming! Lookout for immersive masterminds, university-level workshops, provocative anti-networking events, and rich opportunities to connect, share your expertise, and grow your network.
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