Do you ever feel off track? Do you set out to achieve something and continually get the same result . . . but not the result you are looking for? We are all susceptible to something we call “diversions.” These diversions may come in the form of money, love, fame or simply the possibility of belonging. A “diversion” is a seduction so strong that we may feel powerless to ignore it–unless we are aware and are prepared for its effects.
Diversions is a two-day workshop designed to address areas of your life where you get “emotionally hijacked” and consequently make poor choices. You then tend to justify and defend these choices to yourself and to others. By studying your “blind spots,” you will be in a better position to design a conscious strategy to avoid the pitfalls that have led you to unsuccessful results in the past.
Every dream begins with a willingness and longing to disrupt the way it is now. It is typical that when tragedy strikes our emotions flare and we are motivated to take action to alleviate the pain and upset we see around us. This is a marvel of the empathetic human organism and we believe...Read More
It’s been a season of extraordinary disasters. Hurricanes paired with massive earthquakes and wildfires have left a wake of death, destruction, and an unforeseeable future while racial and political divisions threaten our sense of safety. Many people are also going through personal catastrophes … job loss, death, another relationship failure. Between what’s on...Read More
Sooo… how was Beyond Reasons? I loved it! Well… I loved-hated it. I took it as part of an onboarding process for becoming an employee for Productive Learning, and I have to tell you there were moments when I thought they were hazing the “new girl”, but by the end of the workshop I got it.Read More
Imagine if your DNA was so malleable that a mere cup of tea, daily meditation, or your never-ending traffic-heavy commute could change it. A study published in the journal Human Molecular Genetics showed that tea consumption in women leads to chemical changes in genes that are known to interact with cancer and estrogen metabolism. Another...Read More