I am SO excited to finally unveil in full my new offering that begins next Wednesday, February 15th.
Are you ready????
Are you ready to:
- Wake up and take control of your own state of mind?
- Develop habits that reduce stress, increase productivity, and boost creativity?
- Learn how to implement the mindfulness skills that neuroscientists tell us lead to better health markers, improved memory, higher level thinking, greater happiness, and stronger relationships?
If the answer is yes, you are invited to join me for a very special challenge…
The 30-Day Mindfulness Meditation Challenge Starts February 15, 2017!
I created this program because I know (from first hand experience) that no matter how convincing the facts are, and no matter how determined you may be to add mindfulness practice to your already busy schedule, it can be so easy to sleep late or skip meditation sessions when the demands of life pull in all directions–especially when nobody else will know if you let it slide.
Neuroscience and experienced practitioners confirm that the deepest benefits of mindfulness come from formal practice of at least ten minutes a day, preferably in the morning to cloak yourself in presence before stepping out into the world.
As with any new routine, however, accountability and support are key to follow-through.
Accountability + Support = Follow-through
Research shows that it takes 21 days to create a habit. And together we are going to kick-start your daily meditation habit and take it a whole 30 days.
I’ll be right there with you, live on the line, every single day, starting at 6:45 a.m. Eastern.
Here’s how it will roll…
You’ll dial in to a special conference line for a 6:45 a.m. Eastern call, where I will guide you through a 10-minute meditation.
If on a given day you need to hang up after our ten minutes together, no problem.
If you have a few extra minutes to stay on the line, I will be there until 7:15 a.m. Eastern to answer any questions and to provide additional tips on how to incorporate mindfulness into your day. Then off you go, centered and ready to tackle the day with intention!
As a former economist, I promise I will keep this process super efficient and laser focused. I know you need to get started on your day!
But this way, you’ll do it with presence and peace in every step.
In the event you miss a call, no worries. I have a collection of meditations just for you, available to download and listen to at your convenience.
This program is for YOU if you are finally ready to establish a regular meditation practice once and for all, to make it a habit, and experience more calm, focus, productivity, creativity, and intentionality in your life.
Please join me for a cup of calm each morning for 30 days.
(For less than a daily cup of coffee.)
And here’s the best part!
Increased inner peace, more skillful decision-making, higher efficiency, stronger relationships, and better health are truly invaluable, wouldn’t you agree? What would just ONE of those be worth to you?
I set the price to be a no-brainer because I REALLY want it to be easy for you to experience the life-changing benefits of meditation that I have created in my own life. That’s why my 30-Day Meditation Challenge (with live, personal support!) is priced at just $67.
Meditation is a PROVEN tool to help you wake up to your life. So it seemed only fitting that I set a price for this program at even less than what you’d pay for a daily cup of coffee over the course of the challenge.
I can’t wait for YOU to experience the myriad of ways that an established meditation practice is going to help you wake up to your life, be more productive and efficient, and experience more fulfillment–both at home and at the office.
Talk about return on investment! 🙂
Space is limited because I’m committed to this being an intimate group.
Reserve Your Spot Today — Click Here!
I can’t wait to get started!
Still on the fence? (Ouch!)
Let me tell you a bit more of my story…
Rest assured, I’ve been where you are right now.
When I first stumbled upon mindfulness teachings in 2009 (quite by accident, but that’s another story), I was recovering from breast cancer. I never would have placed myself in the meditating demographic prior to that! Meditating was for crystal-carrying hippie types who had time to escape to spiritual retreats for days or weeks at a time, not productive people like me with busy families and professional ambitions, right?
My cancer experience sparked an epiphany. I had been missing out on the beauty of my life as it was happening right in front of my nose. My constant focus on when my “next chapter” in life would begin and what that would look like led to tremendous stress, anxiety, discontent, and inefficient decision-making. My inability to live in the present moment created suffering not only for myself, but also for my family through the negative energy I spewed into our home environment. (For more on my personal journey, read my book.)
(Martha before she discovered mindfulness.)
Before discovering mindfulness, I had no idea that not all the thoughts in my head are to be trusted. And even more importantly, I had no idea that I have a choice in which thoughts to pay attention to and which I can simply ignore.
I wanted to take control of my own state of mind, health, and wellness. The mountain of neuroscience is what finally convinced me that daily meditation was the most efficient means to do it.
Personal study through books, courses, apps, and meditation groups was the easy part. The real challenge was learning how to carve out the time for a daily practice–and sticking with it.
Through my own trial and error over the years, I learned and applied strategies for a routine that proved to be the most effective way to make room for meditation in my life–first thing in the morning, before the day’s distractions got in the way.
Perhaps 6:45 a.m. sounds early. Or perhaps you’re accustomed to rising early, but not for meditation. Either way, you can do this! Think of it as an early coffee visit with a friend. And hey, because it’s by phone, you don’t even need to get out of your pajamas. Heck, you don’t even need to brush your teeth. We are going to connect via our conference line. So nobody will see your bed head hair or yesterday’s makeup or whatever the case may be. Your are ready – as you are. Just promptly dial in to our 6:45 Eastern connection.
I will be there for you, showing up each morning for encouragement, answering whatever questions you may have along the way. And don’t worry–I’m the person who once asked a nun at a meditation retreat what to do when too much spit collects in your mouth during meditation, so no question is too embarrassing to ask me.
Let’s do this. Are you ready to finally show up for yourself?
For those of you who have been following me for a while, I know this is more market-y than you have ever seen me. But I am so convinced of the life-changing benefits of a daily meditation practice (having experienced them myself), and I am so convinced that I am the perfect person to help you establish that habit, I’m going beyond my normal comfort zone to encourage you to start this journey with me. Life is short. Don’t wait as I did until a major health or life crisis forces you to wake up and prioritize your own well-being!
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