How to Experience Less Stress and More Joy This Holiday Season

Thrive Global’s Chief Training Officer is hosting an online workshop to help all Thrive ZP participants cope with the stressors of the holidays — especially during a pandemic.

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Even in ordinary times, the holidays can be stressful. Research shows that 61% of people experience heightened feelings of stress and fatigue around the holiday season. And that’s before you factor in a pandemic. This year, the added stress of pandemic uncertainty will make things more challenging for many of us. 

That’s why we want to help. On Saturday, December 5th, come join us as Joey Hubbard, Thrive Global’s Chief Training Officer, hosts a special online workshop for Thrive ZP participants on the theme of “Managing Your Well-being and Coping With Stress During the Holidays.” This virtual session will empower you with Better Choices that will help you prioritize your well-being, reduce stress, and connect to the spirit of the holidays no matter what your plans look like this year. 

Joey will share tips and tricks on keeping anxiety in check and carving out time for self-care. He’ll also explain the science of behavior change and what it really takes to build sustainable habits during times of uncertainty. At the end of the workshop, you’ll have actionable solutions that you can turn to that really help you manage stress this holiday season.

This webinar is open to anyone who uses the Thrive ZP App, and it will take place on December 5th, 2020, from 2:00 -3:00 p.m. ET. If you’re interested in attending, click this link to sign up and receive an invitation with Zoom login information.

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