For the past 20 years, we’ve been told to work harder, longer, smarter, tougher; to spin, to power yoga, to crossfit and push through the daily grind with a smile. All with the promise that physical exercise and sheer grit will bring us health, happiness and success.
Statistics don’t lie. We’re more stressed, more overweight and less healthy than ever before. Yet, we get up and do it again, berating ourselves each morning, to just try harder, to be stricter and to stick it out.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. The way we live is no exception.
Are your daily habits, routines, mental state, workout schedule and work-life balance serving you?
It’s time for a shakeup. A reboot. Focused time to reclaim yourself, refocus, take a breath and reset for the next chapter of your life. Because today, is the first day of the rest of your life. How do you want to live it?
Join Adam for a transformational hour to explore how you can take back control of your own health and wellness. Set and fulfil your personal goals and develop a mental fitness for life.
We work with clients to pick 5 topics that fit the conference workshop time allotment and theme. Each topic below takes approximately 30 minutes to explore and to practice. The program is designed with a strong “doing” focus, and participants should arrive ready to write, reflect and take action.
Sample Workshop Topic Areas:
- Master Your first hour
- Employ the Power of the Five-Minute Journal
- Create and Practice Three Tiny Habits for momentum
- Experiment with a Personal Resilience Meditation
- Become your own coach; Harness the Power of Self-talk
- Strengthen your Locus of Control
- Prioritize “the 3 things” for a successful day, everyday
- Stop Treating life like an emergency
- Plan a “Positive Habit Vacation”
- Engage Mindfulness Though Practiced Cues
- Embrace the Art of Routine Reflection
- Develop Behavioural visioning
- Build and Refine Personal Mantras that support you
- Physical Movement for Mental Health: the Most Underutilized Medicine