As my clients know, one of the organizing principles I teach them is called the “One Touch” approach. The name is inspired by my client Steve who I worked with years ago, but is rooted in the Eastern-inspired idea of mindfulness.
How do you “One Touch” your holidays?
(1) When you think to call or write to thank someone,
do it in the moment.
(2) If you’re inspired to be generous in your
end-of-year giving, then go for it.
(3) When the volume of gift catalogs coming in the
mail seems too much, then sign-up for Catalog
Choice and remove your name from the lists.
(4) If you’re annoyed by all the extra sugar and
alcohol you’re consuming, then just say no to the
next bite or the next sip.
The point is to be present.
In the moment.
Why keep coming back to the same thought
again and again and again and again?
That simply causes undue stress, wastes your
energy, and prevents you from performing at your
So, Get Your Holiday Zen On now — in the moment
— by using the One Touch approach this holiday
Look for more tips over the coming days so you can live your life:
- more “on your terms”, no matter where the holidays take you
- more peaceful and authentically relaxing, no matter how much work you have to do
- and more lightness, ease and feeling on your A-game, no matter what people serve you at the table
And if tips aren’t enough, then give yourself the gift of a special 75-minute private Breakthrough Session.
Normally I charge $150 for a the 75-minute breakthrough session, but until Dec 31st, I am offering a 50% savings!
Enter the “HOLIDAY” code here
Then, put yourself in my schedule!
PS – If you are finally ready to face the New Year without the same old resolutions and instead focus on what really matters, then I’m your gal.