UPDATE July 2020: Workshop available on-demand (free!)
Yesterday I went on TikTok to express some thoughts on people who say “they don’t have enough time”. I really don’t have any patience for it.
But then I remembered that most people really have no idea how to structure and organize their life. I built this workshop and workbook to help people “find” time for the things they love. However, I couldn’t do a time management workshop without a piece on goal setting because if you’re really effective and efficient, but you have no destination, it doesn’t really matter how fast you get “there”.
This is not much notice, but I’m hosting this workshop Monday, June 15th at 6pm CST. I love that we’re halfway through the month (15th), which is half way through the year (June). I’m always thinking in segments, and I’ll be sharing this and so much more in the workshop. I hope you can join me.
This is a 2-hour workshop. This is as condensed as I can make it. I originally wanted to only do an hour, but I would have to cut this down way too much valuable information. I now realize I have enough content for a 4-hour or 6-hour session.
The Learning Objectives:
- Understanding time and time consciousness
- Identifying your desires and creating goals
- Important vs. Urgent, Don’t Do vs. Delegate, what comes first
- The power of the morning
- Creating time segments and structure
- Creating habits through gamification and other tips
Why is it free?
To be honest, I don’t know. But I will say I don’t have any other products to sell or up-sell. I just want to see more people living intentionally and doing the things they want on a daily basis. This might be the only time I offer this workshop or offer it for free.
About the Facilitator:
Mayra Leen is a student of life. She’s an explorer, a writer, a thinker, a truth seeker, an experimentalist, an expressionist, and a lover. She has a full-time job as a Senior Manager for a Financial Company, she’s currently training as a yoga instructor and hypnotherapist (two separate trainings), she’s married, travels often, and reads, writes, exercises, and meditates daily while getting at least 8 hours of sleep a night. Mayra is known to usually have at least two active projects going while maintaining a high-demanding job. Before her current trainings, she was completing her Master’s at Northwestern University while remodeling her home with her husband. Mayra is eager to share her tips for making the most out of life.
Hope to see you there!