Mon. Oct 19 – Fri. Oct 23
Free Online Event with Taoist Monk, Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Qi Gong Master and NYT Bestselling Author Dr. Pedram Shojai
Reclaim your time, reclaim your life.
If you run out of money, you can make more.
If you need more energy, you can rest, eat, and recharge.
But you can’t make more time. (Think about it.)
Time is our most precious resource – and yet many of us live at the mercy of our busy lives and packed calendars.
“There’s not enough time to do what I have to do, let alone what I want to do.”
Raise your hand if you’ve ever said or thought this sentence.
Congratulations, you’re human—and you’ve been misled.
There is plenty of time
when you know how to use it
with power and purpose.
In this new 10-day course, The Art of Stopping Time with Dr. Pedram Shojai (FREE to take Oct 19-23), you will learn how to reclaim your time and be more productive through effective habits and mindfulness practices.
The result: You’ll live with less stress and overwhelm while being able to do the things you really want to do (and all those things you have to do, too).
This course is for you, if …
- You struggle with time management at home and/or work
- You feel there isn’t enough time to do the things you want to do (versus what you have to do)
- You keep catching yourself saying, “I don’t have enough time.”
- You want help with work-life balance
- You feel stressed by your to-do list
- You want to wave a magic wand and give yourself more time each day
The 3 main things you’ll learn in this course are …
- How to stop leaking time and better allocate it throughout each day to feel more productive and fulfilled
- How to change your day-to-day “operating system” in order to have a better relationship with time
- How to expand the time you have each day through mindfulness techniques
If you really knew how much time you let leak away every day, you’d make some adjustments, immediately. This course is your opportunity to learn how to wield time in a way that gives you agency in your life, each and every day.