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Badass Women at Any Age

Dec 15, 2020


Too often we overschedule ourselves, we don't know how to prioritize, we can't focus well, we procrastinate on difficult tasks, we turn to mindless entertainment, and we don't make time for the things that are most important in our lives. Christina Shenvi, a practicing Emergency Physician, educator and mom of 4, has made it her goal to help busy professionals have less stress by learning to think about their time differently and by giving them the tools they need to change their approach to time.  Having always been an overachiever, Dr. Shenvi has an MD, a PhD, is working on an executive MBA, and graduated summa cum laude from Princeton. Despite all the achievements, she was full of self-doubt and imposterism.  Constantly beating herself up, she was plagued by worry.  Realizing she feared complacency more than she desired contentment, she embarked on a journey to learn how to hold both contentment and ambition at the same time.

What You Will Hear

  • Dr. Shenvi’s struggle with self doubt, imposterism and the motivation that fueled her achievements.
  • As an overachiever, the moment when you realize you’ve achieved all of your goals or hit a slump
  • Managing competing priorities.
  • Patterns of thought and their effects on our lives.
  • Rebuilding neural pathways.
  • Implementation intentions.  WOOP
  • Dr. Shenvi’s venture into her current work helping other high performing professionals transform their minds.
  • Strategy, efficiency, effort and managing your mind.


  • “We recall the negative things so much more than the positive things.”
  • “Be careful how you talk to yourself, because you’re listening.”
  • “Your assumptions are your windows on the world.  You need to wipe them down every now an again.”
  • “The biggest transformations are in our minds.”
  • “Put it on the calendar is a strong power move.”


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