Achiever Fever

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Vancouver, BC Canada
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On Demand Workshop

Re-establish balance and stop striving yourself crazy.


Incorporating insights from business, psychology, neuroscience, and spirituality and data surveying hundreds of high achievers across North America to explore their perceptions around their need to achieve, this Achiever Fever workshop makes a powerful case that chasing success is the surest way to push away happiness. Further, letting go of ‘striving’ is the key to reaping life’s most enduring rewards. Based on Claire Booth’s soon-to-be released (Jan 2019) book of the same name, this workshop is designed to shed light on how our achievement mindset may be the biggest detractor of personal happiness and joy.  Based on the research, attendees will explore ways to shift the achiever mindset to bring more balance.


If you are prone to “achiever fever”—a person who seems to have it all but never feels good enough—consider this workshop your perfect prescription.

What you’ll learn:

  • How striving and competition can become damaging when they are out of balance
  • Why your cognitive biases often undermine your ability to achieve what you most want
  • How managing the relentless voice in your head will keep it from becoming your jailer
  • Understand why living in the future can rob your ability to enjoy the present
  • Exercising your mind is just as important as exercising your body

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Claire Booth
Claire Booth

Owner/President , Lux Insights International

Claire Booth is an entrepreneur, market researcher, speaker, facilitator, and university professor. She has 18+ years’ experience capturing insights for companies across North America both as an executive with market research giant Ipsos, and as founder and president of Lux Insights (Vancouver and Seattle), with clients such as Amazon, Fitbit and Claire is an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business and has been a sessional instructor at Capilano University. Using herself as the subject of a very personal research project, Claire’s quest was to understand why, as a successful person, she never seemed to be all that happy and to figure out how to make a change.
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