"This is a paradigm shift - from letting my thoughts stress me out to disciplining my thoughts, like Gandhi and Nelson Mandela.
Lieutenant Commander of Indian Navy (retired) & CEO of Inspire & Lead Training
A B O U T
What if we weren’t supposed to live with stress in the first place?
Crazy thought. But maybe not that crazy. Look at Marcus Aurelius. Stressful life, unstressable person. Or Viktor Frankl, Socrates, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, or Nick Vujicic. Stressful lives, unstressable people. They knew something that we don’t.
That pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional. We have a choice in the matter — three choices to be precise. A choice for rest, release, and resilience. This is not a panacea. Life will still be difficult. But not as difficult as we make it. In the words of Mark Twain, “I’ve been through some terrible things in my life, some of which actually happened.”
Welcome to your brand new life: Unstressable.
L E S S O N S
Problem: The problem with stress management (hint, it's reactive)
Rest: Restful is not lazy. (But I bet you think it is!)
Release: Please conscience, not people. (Oh, the freedom!)
Resilience: A redemptive view of suffering.
Practice: Applying stoicism to life's most common stressors
Resources: The best of the best! (If you're not a reader, don't worry I've got some video resources too!)
Plus an Unstressable workbook that you can keep forever and ever.
F A Q S
1. When does the course start?
How about...now. Take it all in one lunch break. Or go at your own pace.
2. How long do I have access to the course?
For-ev-er. Okay, maybe not quite, but close enough. And take it with you on any device.
3. What if I am unhappy with the course?
No worries. Email me within 30 days and you'll receive a full refund. (But I really don't think you will be unhappy. Go ahead. Test me. Make my day.)
"This course was revolutionary for me."
A really busy mom
"This is BIG - everyone needs this!"
"Inspiring and practical. With a wide variety of examples, I saw that unstressable is not a pipe dream but an achievable dream in my life."