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About the Course

Imagine your daily stresses are like huge mountains you have to climb, and your inner critic like heavy ankle weights making each step even more challenging. Learn to quiet your inner critic, to make the ascent much easier, and set yourself up for greater success now and in the future…with less anxiety and frustration.

That’s the power of strengthening your mental fitness. Just like climbing a mountain is more physically taxing when you’re not physically fit, personal and professional challenges are more mentally stressful when you’re not mentally fit.

This workshop is a synthesis of the latest breakthroughs in neuroscience, cognitive and positive psychology, performance science, and Positive Intelligence® research and findings.

During the workshop, participants will:

- Learn about positive mental muscles (Sage) versus negative (Saboteur) and their impact on themselves and their lives

- Shine the light on the root sources of their stress and tension (Saboteurs such as Controller, Stickler, Hyper-Vigilant, and Hyper-Rational)

- Learn powerful ways to weaken their Saboteurs and strengthen their Sage

- Discover how to overcome challenges in ways that lead to greater success, happiness, and peace of mind

Your Instructor

Lisha Davidovits

As a Success Coach, Lisha works with high-achieving millennials who have a history of success and are stepping into a new role (e.g. being promoted into a senior position, getting married, or becoming a new parent). Her expertise is key in helping them navigate those transitions, with less stress and more joy, in ways that are dynamic, interactive, and supportive. They accelerate their success, while being true to their authentic selves.

Lisha’s skills are enhanced by 20 years of client-facing experience, mental fitness expertise, certifications as a Co-Active Coach and a Positive Intelligence Coach, and degrees in Psychology and Rhetoric & Communication.

Lisha Davidovits
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