Waiting for the Time? Big Mistake

The past few weeks have been very difficult for our family.  My brother-in-law passed away unexpectedly.  In addition to grief and sadness, something else got my attention.  My husband’s sadness was compounded by the reality that he waited to go to his dentist brother to fix his teeth. He kept putting it off partly because he hates going to the dentist and partly because he felt he could do it any time.  Sadly, anytime will not come. This brings to mind an experience my mother had when her friend died- she regretted not having her to her house for a visit. She kept putting it off.   Unfortunately these are not isolated incidents – we all do this.
We not only wait on planning events with others, we wait on everything- both serious and mundane:

  • you-snooze-you-loseWe wait to feel better to do something uplifting.
  • We wait until our kids leave for college to do what we want.
  • We wait to sell our house that is way too big and costing us a fortune in upkeep – that was one of ours and when we sold it, it was as if the shackles came off.  Now we have wash and fold, trash pickup, no maintenance – Yes, life is easy.  🙂
  • We wait to get the dishes we saw at Costco – and when we go back the next week, they are gone (another one of mine – silly but we all do this.)
  • We wait for a better time to take a vacation.
  • We wait to take the class we have wanted to take.

You get the picture…

Let me sum up waiting:  You snooze, you lose! 

I still find myself waiting and I am going to stop the B.S. right now and make a commitment. I have put off the formal launch of my new program The No B.S. Calm Living Book Club, waiting for the best time.

You know what the best time is?   NOW!

If you are wondering just what kind of a teacher I am, I am offering you a free training:

The No B.S. Guide to Taking Care of Yourself
When Life Flips You the Bird

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • Why you get stressed and reactive in the first place
  • The key to getting into action when you are chasing your tail
  • How to bolster your stamina anytime, anywhere
  • A 30 second technique to transform overwhelm to effective decision making
  • How to go from knee jerk reactions to calm, focused solutions.

It all happens on May 18th from 7-8 pm EST.

Don’t Wait!  All you do is CLICK HERE to reserve your seat.
You will be glad you did. After all, free is an offer that you can’t resist.

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Improve Clarity, Sleep, and Stamina Workshop: Roswell

Sunday, April 7th:  2:00-4:00pm

Foundation Therapy Center:  11660 Alpharetta Hwy. Roswell, 30076 (Across from N. Fulton Hospital) Phone: (770) 753-9195

Improve Clarity, Sleep, and Stamina in this introductory workshop by learning to transform your relationship to stress, pain, and illness into positive solution. Experience the dynamic effects of breathing techniques, riding the waves through mind and body awareness.

Join Ellen and learn a few simple techniques and life changing concepts from her new book Splash Into Calm and enjoy a life of vitality from the inside-out. The techniques offered in this class have been researched by Duke University and University of Massachusetts and are featured in Ellen’s book Splash Into Calm.  Handouts included. Everyone Welcome

Splash Into Calm book signing to follow

Cost:  $30.00 before March 28th; $35.00 after March 28th


Pay with credit card below or send check to:  Custom Calm P.O.  Box 76396, Atlanta, GA  30358.

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Upcoming Speaking Engagements, Book Signings & Private Events

Corporate Lunch & Learn Talk and Book Signing at The Terraces:  March 26th 12:15 pm

Global Health and Humanitarian Summit:  Open to public,  Emory University School of Medicine: April 12th-14th

Talk and Book Signing at AA Synagogue:  April 16th 7:00pm

Talk and Book Signing at Cancer Survivors Network Event:  St. Joseph’s Hospital:  April 16th 10:30am

Talk, Panel Discussion, and Book Signing at Hadassah Regional Conference:  Peachtree City:  April 16th-17th

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