If you’re a teacher who always put everyone else’s needs before your own…

If the only time you get for yourself is late at night when you really should be sleeping…

If you know you need to prioritize self-care (eating well, exercise, hobbies, getting rest) but just haven’t been able to find time

This free training can change EVERYTHING.

You see, the problem isn’t so much about a lack of time, but about a lack of habits that fit your lifestyle.

And that’s GOOD NEWS, because creating better habits is pretty simple once you understand a few foundational principles (and how to adapt them for your personality.) You can start prioritizing time for yourself today and see results immediately!

As you watch or listen to the training, I’ll teach you step-by-step how to:

  • Choose a self-care habit that’s significant enough to make a difference but easy enough for you to stick with when you’re super busy
  • Understand your own temperament so the way you establish habits will work for your preferences (i.e. familiarity vs. spontaneity, baby steps vs. dramatic results)
  • Apply 5 keys to ANY habit to ensure it creates permanent change instead of a temporary fix
  • Get ongoing support with your habits and create more time for yourself even when school is back in session

You’ll be able to walk away with a deep understanding of how ONE simple habit of self-care can start countering feelings of exhaustion and overwhelm. Discover how changing the way you think about taking care of yourself can make a difference right away AND help you establish sustainable self-care habits that work for a lifetime.

How to catch the training

Click the play button below to stream and listen to the 90 minute audio now, or the downward arrow button to download the MP3 and listen anytime offline.




  1. Matty Barth

    Great podcast. You do amazing work for teachers!
    I couldn’t find the note taking guide.

  2. Carrie

    This is one of the most useful podcasts I’ve listened to. I particularly liked the section where you used questions to help figure out how to make the habit suit your personal preferences. Thank you for putting this together – it was motivating and energizing to listen to the Sunday before I head back to school.

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