For Those That Have Tried Almost Everything
How many of your anxiety and stress management techniques, practices, and strategies added to your mental load of things to do?
Let’s meet on Wednesday, June 26th at 12pm ET over Zoom where I will share with you…
- A natural process for getting out of anxiety that actually takes thinking off your mind
- A deeper understanding of how thoughts and feelings work together that can free you from relying on discipline and willpower to move yourself forward
- How this practically translates into more mental ease and freedom in your day-to-day life
Click below to sign up – you will be immediately sent a zoom link to join the webinar on the 26th at 12pm ET.
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“Working with you has completely changed my life. I see myself in a whole different light. I see myself as a successful, productive person. I do not use the word procrastination any more. I stopped beating myself up! I literally never thought I could achieve what I have done. I achieved goals I had always had for myself and it feels so very good.” Sally M. Virginia.
Julie Lisabeth Gray, PCOC, PCC has worked with hundreds of professionals and students around the world since starting her practice in 2007. Her unique process guides others to naturally navigate their way to greater productivity, creativity, and well-being.
Using a simple understanding that naturally quiets overthinking, anxiety, and stress, this unconventional approach doesn’t require more willpower and discipline – only a willingness to see your own built-in resources for insight, resiliency, and effectiveness.
A popular blogger, speaker, and author of the digital eGuides True For You Time Management Workbook, and The Backwards Way to Move Forward Today, Julie was also the co-creator of the 21 Day Time Makeover with SELF Magazine and a featured productivity expert in The Washington Post’s Time Hacks section. Julie has appeared on numerous podcasts and blogs and presented at many regional and national conferences.
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