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Monday, August 3 • 4:00pm - 5:45pm
Work vs. Live or Work-Life-Balance for Game Developers?

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Are you one of those people who feel that they never have any time? Do you feel rushed, stressed or unmotivated? Do others control your time or do you control your professional and/or private time as you choose? Do you feel the pressure to deliver a lot, but feel unable to implement much in the time available to you? Or do you feel like you’re “stuck on a hamster wheel”, regarding your friends and colleagues with envy as they pass you by without obvious effort and achieve greater success than you? It’s not that you are idle or lazy; in fact you work hard and diligently, even more than necessary or asked. Still, you don’t achieve what you set out to do or what was assigned to you. Have you asked yourself why? If all of this sounds familiar, then you probably have a couple of (minor) issues and weaknesses in your self and time management. Don’t worry; this happens with a lot of people.

But you can change your situation! Good self & time management is one of the most important abilities (or soft skills or strengths) of the present and future. It helps you to experience your time more consciously and make your goals more achievable. If you also wish to become a successful Game Developer, start training your personal self and time management skills now. Our workshop “Work vs. Live or Work-Life-Balance for Game Developer?” contains important (basic) information and hints that will help you to achieve this goal!

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Enrico Rappsilber

Principal / Managing Partner, S4G School for Games GmbH
Enrico Rappsilber is an experienced educator and game industry expert, with a degree in pedagogy, andragogy and psychology. Since 2002 he has worked successfully as a soft skills trainer, business coach and consultant. His main themes are organizational and personal development, self... Read More →

Monday August 3, 2015 4:00pm - 5:45pm CEST
Respawn Stage 5 - Classroom

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