February 7, 8:00am - 9:00am GMT. Hosted at Framework
part of a series on Invest
About the speaker
Sylviane Yoba speaks on investing time wisely between work and personal life. Sylviane Yoba is a research associate in biology at the University of Bristol. She investigates the interactions between oral bacteria and blood cells in order to find a cure against cardiovascular diseases.
Her work has led her to travel to many places in the world including Boston (USA), Palma (Mallorca), Belfast (Northern Ireland), Lausanne (Switzerland) and others. She collaborated with the biggest universities/research institutes like Institut Pasteur, Trinity College Dublin, Richmond University,
Nowadays, we have the pressure to succeed professionally and often, we forget about our well-being and personal life. Having met various people though her work, she has been able over the years to invest her time wisely in order to balance her work and her life and be productive.
By applying simple tips (and this is valid for everybody, which ever job you do), you will be able to have more control of your days and won’t go home frustrated. Having a nice work-life balance is critical to improve/maintain our health (physical, emotional and mental), and our productivity at work.
Triple Co Roast is an open access speciality coffee roastery in the heart of the city of Bristol, England. It was founded by local Bristol boy Jo Thompson in early 2015 after he spent two years studying out in California, learning coffee and roasting at home. The mission is triple and always has been. To roast high quality coffee beans, small batch. To buy green coffee via direct trade with bean farmers and to focus on having amazing roaster-to-customer relations.
Proceeding the talk: Guitarist - Ben Jones on guitar and Nonny Tabbush on Violin and vocals.
Ben Jones- Geotechnical Engineer transitioning to using Python. Enjoys guitar.
Nonny Tabbush - Violin/Vocals Conducts two community choirs in Bristol: Bristol Folk House Choir https://www.bristolfolkhouse.co.uk/choir, and Glos. Vox Community Choir http://glosvox.com/. Also plays fiddle and vocals in the Bristol Ceilidh Quartet http://www.bristolceilidhquartet.com/. Music Practitioner at Bristol Plays Music.