Mindful Seminars

 

 For Financial Professionals

 

Mindful Asset Programs – The Best MAP for Your Organization

The topics of these seminars cover what I call “Human and Financial Assets.” You achieve prosperity clarity when you know how. Prosperity means well-being. Asset means advantage. Mindful means aware and attentive. It makes sense to learn Susan’s exercises from her research and application over the last 15 years.

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Train Your Brain to Tame Your Stress

According to the American Institute of Stress, chronic stress costs American business $300 Billion annually due to absenteeism and health care costs alone. That’s a lot of zeroes ($300,000,000,000). That’s a lot of stress!

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Look at This Handy Model of the Brain

To further train your brain to tame your stress, it’s helpful to know a little bit about the terrain of your brain. Think of the tortoise and the hare to understand how key parts work. You may recall from that famous fictional race, the tortoise won and stated, “Slow and steady wins the race.”

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Your Dominant Thinking Style

In this video, Susan introduces the four quadrants of our brains’ thinking preferences. It pays to think about your thinking! We tend to favor a certain mode of thinking which is biologically-based. And according to psychologist Dr. Katherine Benziger, when we must operate out of our least-preferred quadrant, it takes 100 times the energy!

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Holding Royal Court with Your Stress Hormones

  The stress hormone cortisol pulses through our systems when we’re stressed, causing all kinds of damage to our immune systems. This is why Susan named one of her exercises, “Holding Cort.” Many of us have become so accustomed to more »

Train Your Brain to Tame Your Stress

Did you know your brain is hard-wired for negativity? According to neuropsychologist and author Rick Hanson, the brain lets good news slip away like Teflon, yet clings to bad news like Velcro.

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Helping Clients Change Financial Habits from the Inside Out

Program Description: Clients have historic money habits that often are on “unconscious auto pilot.” It’s great when these habits drive prudent financial behaviors, but what about

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Integrating Money Motives into Client Financial Plans

Program Description: Strengthen client trust and productive action that raises awareness of their historic style and preference in money matters. You’ll learn to help clients quickly connect

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Good Grief! Helping Clients in Transition

Program Description: Financial professionals in long-term relationships with clients are likely to play a vital support role when clients face significant life transitions or loss. But rarely

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 For Consumers

 

Mindful Asset Programs – The Best MAP for Your Organization

The topics of these seminars cover what I call “Human and Financial Assets.” You achieve prosperity clarity when you know how. Prosperity means well-being. Asset means advantage. Mindful means aware and attentive. It makes sense to learn Susan’s exercises from her research and application over the last 15 years.

more »

Train Your Brain to Tame Your Stress

According to the American Institute of Stress, chronic stress costs American business $300 Billion annually due to absenteeism and health care costs alone. That’s a lot of zeroes ($300,000,000,000). That’s a lot of stress!

more »

Look at This Handy Model of the Brain

To further train your brain to tame your stress, it’s helpful to know a little bit about the terrain of your brain. Think of the tortoise and the hare to understand how key parts work. You may recall from that famous fictional race, the tortoise won and stated, “Slow and steady wins the race.”

more »

Your Dominant Thinking Style

In this video, Susan introduces the four quadrants of our brains’ thinking preferences. It pays to think about your thinking! We tend to favor a certain mode of thinking which is biologically-based. And according to psychologist Dr. Katherine Benziger, when we must operate out of our least-preferred quadrant, it takes 100 times the energy!

more »

Holding Royal Court with Your Stress Hormones

  The stress hormone cortisol pulses through our systems when we’re stressed, causing all kinds of damage to our immune systems. This is why Susan named one of her exercises, “Holding Cort.” Many of us have become so accustomed to more »

Train Your Brain to Tame Your Stress

Did you know your brain is hard-wired for negativity? According to neuropsychologist and author Rick Hanson, the brain lets good news slip away like Teflon, yet clings to bad news like Velcro.

more »

Your Money Motives – How to Play to Your Strengths in Money Matters

Motive means desire. You may not have thought about your money motives as a way to improve your money life. But the best way to propel your prosperity to new heights is to take an x-ray view of what drives you toward certain choices and away from others. Do you have habitual ways of thinking about money? Does your emotional reaction to certain money topics steer you positively forward or throw you more behind?

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The Heart of Your Money Personality: Keeping it Ticking for Good

Discover what makes you tick financially. Do you excessively worry or avoid money matters? If your money could talk, would it complain about you or compliment you?

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Good Grief: Making the Most of Life’s Transitions

What’s new in your life or work? Your answer may be considered a positive change or a difficult one. Multiple layers of stress and grief can be caused by the loss of a loved one, job

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Parents As Leaders (PALS): Fiscal Fitness ABC’s for Kids

Allowance + Balance + Contribution = Fiscal Fitness. These are the lessons we can teach toddlers through teens. What’s the most common remark Americans make when completing

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