Procrastination: Getting Unstuck

March 18 at 11 am EST

In this month’s well-being mentoring class, Procrastination:  Getting Unstuck, we will show how TFT can be used to get unstuck in our lives, helping to put an end to bad habits and move forward, releasing those negative feelings and unproductive behaviors.

We all experience that feeling of being stuck, commonly referred to as ‘procrastination’, and it prevents us from living our lives to their fullest. It is associated with a variety of dangers and negative effects, including worse academic performance, worse financial status, increased interpersonal relationship issues, reduced well-being and worse mental and physical health.

Procrastination involves a degree of fear, manifesting in many ways. For example, have you experienced the fear of the consequences for not getting your job done on time? Maybe you misjudged the amount of time needed to complete a task then when the deadline was upon you, there was not enough time to do it right. Or perhaps you have seen and felt the disappointment of a loved one when you didn’t do what you had promised them you would do? Or maybe you have known the guilt and shame of having missed a “once in a lifetime” opportunity because you just didn’t act in time? Or even act at all.

Various experts, from the fields of personal development, psychology and even business all agree that there are some common underlying causes to procrastination. It is these causes we can easily address with TFT.

“Procrastination is the fear of success. People procrastinate because they are afraid of the success that they know will result if they move ahead now. Because success is heavy, carries a responsibility with it, it is much easier to procrastinate and live on the ‘someday I’ll’ philosophy.” Denis Waitley

TFT has some easy to use tools to help us release our inertial delay and resistance to becoming a ‘new person’.

This month’s well-being webinar will help us identify where we might be stuck and how we can improve how we think, feel and behave – such that we can move forward creating our desired lives.

Join us for our well-being session, and discover how to put TFT to use in overcoming procrastination…  getting unstuck as you experience a better world.

Join us this Saturday for only $37

(Video Replay will be sent if you miss the session)

This is an interactive mentoring class so if you submit your challenges and/or goals in advance, I will guide you in the best use of TFT to ease your path.

Procrastination: Getting Unstuck

March 18 at 11 am EST

You can also choose the low quarterly rate of $75, just $25 per monthly life-enhancing class… see below:

What is a Zoom Webinar?

A Zoom training is a video online conference where you’ll see the host and can ask questions. You can connect via smart phone, tablet or computer from anywhere in the world via the Internet. It is easy to use and we will record all sessions, so if you miss one, you can watch the replay.

You’ll Also Get These Bonuses:

  • Voltmeter and PR PDF– how to find additional blocks to healing.
  • Interview of Dr. Callahan on psychological reversal – learn from the source.
  • Access to the Thought Field Therapy Resource Library. It includes videos, audio and specific charts and guides to download to help you learn how to use Thought Field Therapy to overcome your specific challenges.

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And, as per requests from last year’s attendees, completion of the year’s series will include the option of certification at the TFT-Algo level.

Topics Include:

February 18: Our Connectivity:  Building Ideal Relationships
March 18: Procrastination:  Getting Unstuck
April 15: Releasing Physical Pain Without Drugs
May 13: Losing Bad Habits and Excess Weight
June 17: Maintain Balance:  Regular Releasing of Negative Emotions

This year’s series will include the following:

  • an updated algorithm-level manual
  • relevant case studies
  • class PowerPoint presentation
  • the opportunity to ask questions
  • receive guidance in addressing personal challenges and resolving complex cases