What we're about

If you are struggling with Procrastination, Time Management, Anxiety and being Productive, then this is your group!
We come together to work on a series of exercises, techniques, and tools that can be easily applied to maximize productivity and success in your life.

In this Meetup group, you will:

-learn strategies how to create new habits so that you can easily achieve your TRUE potential

-find out the real reason why you procrastinate and sabotage yourself from taking decisions

-learn about how the brain stops us from making smart moves and gets us stuck into old habits

No more:
*feeling stuck because you don't feel sure about a decision
*wasting time and energy and NOT getting things done
*being afraid of failing or being judged
*minimizing or sabotaging yourself and your accomplishments

Say hello to:
*being more productive and progressing toward your most important goals;
*feeling confident in your decisions
*feeling ready to take risks and make the next step
*new habits that help your personal and professional well-being

But not only that!
-You will be accountable and supported by a group of people who share the same experience, the same concerns and worries, and the same struggle with you.
-You will also connect with talented, bright, people who have a lot of information, experience and support to share with you.

Let's grow as we create a community that can help each other reach our goals!

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Mindfulness 101

AntiLoneliness

“Be where you are, not where you think you should be” This workshop is for those who would like to know what mindfulness is, for those who tried it and it didn’t work and for those who are already enjoying being mindful and want to move to the next level. Mindfulness is simply being aware of what is happening right now without wishing it were different; enjoying the pleasant without holding on when it changes (which it will); being with the unpleasant without fearing it will always be this way (which it won’t). Mindfulness is the ability of creating a space in your “head”, a space which is focused on the present moment in the present place, without judging yourself for what you do or who you are. It sounds easy and natural, but nowadays, all the distractions around us lead us more towards thinking either the future, by ruminating an overwhelming sequel of to-do lists in our heads, or in the past, by thinking again and again what we did wrong and why. However, mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us. Our guest facilitator, Marie Hobbs, Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Coach, has specialized in techniques that will help you stay grounded, in the present moment and compassionate with yourself. In this workshop we will: learn how to practice mindfulness learn to identify when you are not in the present moment or when you are in a negative mindset learn how to get in touch with our senses, breathe properly and relax our body muscles learn how to realize our emotions and thoughts, accept them and create some space around them in order to realise them learn how to slow down and not put extra pressure on our self learn how to practice being curious and enjoy life’s pleasures Benefits of mindfulness Reduces anxiety and feelings of loneliness Enhances the ability to deal with and recover from illness Reduces overthinking and remuneration Creates happier relationships Helps with emotional resilience Helps with focus and concentration Facilitates new habits Leads to self-acceptance and compassion for others Fights insomnia Improves immune system Researchers pinpoint that when you train your brain to be mindful, you’re actually remodeling the physical structure of your brain. All in all, the more you practice the easier it gets to find your emergency exit into the present moment. We will help you create the space that you need to be more of yourself that you have ever been in the past! Join us on June 8th and Stay in the moment. Kind regards, Vassia Sarantopoulou Counselor-Psychologist http://www.antiloneliness.com

Past events (16)

How to make the Right Decision

AntiLoneliness

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