Be Happier & More Productive in Only 9 Weeks
Mental Fitness for Nonprofit Leaders
Starts January 22!
Working in the nonprofit sector can be hard—long hours, stagnant pay, limited resources, and ongoing demand for more and better programs and services—all take their toll.
If you’re a nonprofit leader, you can add complex board and volunteer management issues, balancing competing priorities, and isolation.
As a veteran nonprofit leader, I can attest to the worn-down feeling that can accompany the day-to-day stress of running a nonprofit organization.
But you don’t have to feel stressed, burnt-out, or overwhelmed.
Mental Fitness for Nonprofit Leaders is a program tailored for nonprofit leaders and the specific challenges you face.
Rewire your brain in only 9 weeks
Imagine going into work feeling happy and knowing that throughout the day, you’ll be productive and fulfilled.
Then imagine leaving on-time with energy left to really enjoy your leisure time with friends, family, or your favourite hobby.
Mental Fitness for Nonprofit Leaders will rewire your brain and reshape your life. You’ll discover your inner saboteurs and how they hold you back. You’ll strengthen your powers of empathy, exploration, innovation, navigation and activation.
You’ll learn how to take action to move you confidently and happily towards the life you desire.
What is it?
Mental Fitness is a content-rich program of weekly videos, daily exercises using the Mental Fitness app, weekly check-ins with your Mental Fitness cohort and 1:1 coaching. You’ll learn the framework and tools to be happier and more productive in 2 months.
How does it work?
You watch the videos, complete the action items, practice 15-minutes a day with the provided app. Ask questions in the weekly check-in and dive deeper in 1:1 coaching. Follow the process and you’ll get results.
Who is it for?
Mental Fitness is for anyone who wants to be more productive while also feeling happier and more fulfilled. This cohort is designed with nonprofit leaders in mind–we’ll focus on the particular environment and pressures of nonprofit leadership.