How Many Mondays Do You Have Left?
The practice of memento mori—acting on the Latin phrase that translates to “remember we must die,” has the profound potential to wake us up and breathe more life into our lives. While focusing on the end of our days may sound more morbid than meaningful, the contemplation of death allows us to appreciate the scarcity of the very time we’re looking to make the most of.
In this interactive workshop rooted in the science of positive psychology, we’ll talk about how we can be more mindful about living the lives we’d love to live, and actually start living those lives… today, without a Monday to spare.
Widening and Deepening Your Life with Vitality and Meaning
In a world consumed with expanding the length of our lives, cultivating a more intimate familiarity with our mortality can help us expand the metaphoric width and depth of our lives as well. We make our lives wider when we fill them with vitality and gusto—expanding the breadth of the pleasurable experiences that life has to offer while blasting us out of our autopilot tendencies. We make our lives deeper when we infuse them with meaning and purpose—elevating ourselves out of empty or mundane existences into lives that feel like they matter. In this workshop we will action-plan your ways to live wider and deeper.
Living a Regret-Free Life
Regrets have a bad reputation, don’t they? No one wants to get to the end of their lives with a litany of “coulda, shoulda, woulda” woes. In this workshop we’ll delve into insightful research that shows how regrets can actually motivate us to change our behavior and better the circumstances of our lives. Let’s leverage our priorities and shape our remaining days to align with what we now see really matters in our lives. We’ll get reflective and contemplate our own paths not taken, and identify specific action steps to course-correct our regrets-in-the-making … to help us wake up to the lives we really want to be living.
What Kind of Legacy Do You Want to Leave Behind?
This workshop provides an inspirational, action-oriented approach to showing up as the kind of person whose impact resonates and influences long after you’re gone. You’ll get strategic about your deeply held values and long-term vision that will outlast you after you’ve left your team/ business/ family/ whatever environment matters to you. We’ll use your mortality as a motivator to live AND lead your choices with intention. We’ll get you zeroing in on the fact that you won’t live forever—and we’ll use that crucial awareness as the spark plugs to start living and leaving a conscious impact behind you.
Well-Being That Actually Works
This workshop is like an immersion course in all things well-being—with the answers to the test on how to live a life well-lived. You’ll assess your current state of flourishing (or floundering), identify your personal well-being gaps + traps, learn about the latest research-worthy hacks to live life well, and walk away with deliberate steps to live on purpose. This is perfect if you’re looking for a paint-by-numbers approach to participating more fully in your life… to ultimately increase life satisfaction, productivity, and results.
Jodi Wellman is a speaker, leadership coach, and facilitator on living lives worth living. She founded Four Thousand Mondays to help people make the most of the time they are lucky to be above ground.
Jodi has a Master’s of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, where she is also an Assistant Instructor in the Master’s program and a facilitator in the Penn Resilience Program. She is an ICF Professional Certified Coach and a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach.
Jodi’s TEDx talk is called How Death Can Bring You Back to Life and has over 1.3 million views!