College is a bridge between home life and real life. To cross safely, a student must learn two things:
- How to Manage the Worry Circle—the imaginary bubble in his or her mind that houses all the things he or she worries about—and,
- The Impact of Technology on Behavior and Happiness.
This highly interactive session opens by explaining to attendees how their heads process worry, what’s positive and negative about worrying, what they should and should not worry about, as well as:
- The three types of worries, and how the mind processes each differently.
- The eight categories of worry.
- Instantly usable techniques to worry about only the right things while blocking out the rest.
Attendees also learn:
- How technology changes behavior.
- Behavioral trends.
- Things we are doing more of.
- Things we are doing less of, and
- How these changes impact happiness.
- How changing behaviors have influenced a nation and world of political unrest.
By teaching coping skills and resilience — two areas too many students have in short supply — we help them flourish. Transform cranial chaos into cranial calmness. Upbeat, positive, and able to help others.
The world is a bit heavy to carry—13.2 septillion pounds [13,200,000,000,000,000,000,000,000] — yet too many try. Everyone majors in something but need not minor in mayhem. Potential is maximized only by those who learn not to carry the planet or get mummified by stress.
These insights and interactive learning lessons are succinct, teachable, and coachable. Programs include:
- Interactive workshops.
- Leadership seminars for faculty and students.
- Train-the-staff programs, and
- Classroom instruction.
Remember: Problems are temporary. Life skills last forever.
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