Full, Not Frantic: Training the Brain for Inner Calm and Outer Results
Be more present and purposeful. In this highly interactive and experiential course you will learn the skill of focusing and taking action on what is most important in the face of daily distractions and anxieties. This skill is the foundation of having the life you want and enjoying the life you have. You will learn how to bring your attention to the present moment, work with challenging emotions and limiting beliefs, let go of behaviors that do not work, and develop habits that support a healthy and fulfilling life. Based in the latest research on the brain, human performance, and happiness, this course will have immediate applications to your work, your relationships, and the overall quality of your life.
Physical Focus Vitality Center 2nd Floor
When: 8 consecutive Tuesday nights from 7-8:30pm beginning October 27th
$240 / Person
$160 / 2nd Person in Same Household
REGISTRATION: Register via prepayment at Physical Focus Vitality or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited, so register early as we expect this class to fill. Scholarships may be made available if space permits.
Note: The techniques and skills learned in this course are based on the latest research in neuroscience, human behavior and performance.
Dave Mochel is the founder and CEO of Applied Attention, a consultancy that offers coaching to individuals, schools, and businesses to increase their performance and well-being by purposefully training their attention. He synthesizes research on effective practices, incorporates those practices in his own life, and then teaches the most fundamental lessons to a wide-ranging client base.
He has worked with ten-year-olds who suffer from night terrors and social anxiety, professional athletes who hope to strengthen their performance, college students seeking support during major life transitions, parents and spouses seeking the healthiest possible relationships, businesses interested in building a more positive work culture, and schools that are designing programs to help students develop skills of self-discipline, personal responsibility, and leadership.