Rewire Your Relationship With Time Through the Magic of Neuroplasticity

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Rewire Your Relationship With Time Through the Magic of Neuroplasticity

Create a powerful relationship with time and finally do YOUR Great Work by leveraging the magic (and science) of neuroplasticity!

By Dr. Amanda Crowell

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March 31 · 9am - June 16 · 10am PDT



About this event

Are you plagued by time pressure?

When someone asks you, “How are you?” Do you automatically respond “I’m so busy!”

Do you dream about having an extra day a week or an extra hour a day?

Do you find yourself procrastinating on the work that you really want to be doing just to keep yourself and your to-do list afloat?

Are you starting to wonder if you are ever going to find the time to make something of your own, create some freedom in your life, and leave the legacy behind you know you were born to make (We call this: Great Work)?

The world is moving faster than ever before

You’ve probably heard that the world is moving faster than ever before.

  • Studies show that people are walking faster in both small towns and big cities, giving the impression that things are happening and we are falling behind
  • In an age where tolerance for wait times has gone way down, we feel pressure to do everything more quickly
  • As we age, a year of our life becomes proportionally smaller, causing our brains to perceive each day as moving faster and faster.

When you look at it like this, is it any wonder that you have been dashing about, feeling hurried and harassed, and worried that you are falling behind?

Let’s take a look at that list again… do you notice anything suspicious?

It’s right there in the words: “impression,” “feel,” and “perceive”...

Isn’t time one of the only truly objective experiences we have?

Since we are each given 24 hours a day, 60 minutes to every hour, we think of time as the great equalizer.

And yet, our experience of time is almost entirely subjective.

You have experienced this.

Think about how you feel when you are waiting by the phone to hear back about medical test results. Time slows to a creeping crawl.

Compare that to how you feel when you are on a wonderful vacation. Time speeds up and goes by in the “blink of an eye,” right?

This can feel like a cruel twist of fate, but it also holds the secret to conjuring time out of thin air.

How to Leverage Neuroplasticity to Create Time

Your mind has an actual, objective impact on your time. When you leverage your mind's ability to change-- your neuroplasticity-- you will discover that you have all the time you need to do everything that matters.

In our time together, you will learn:

  • How to leverage neuroplasticity and create 5 hours of free time every week
  • How to intentionally find even more time
  • How to follow your energetic rhythms to get more done in less time
  • How to align your time with your values, vision, and goals to ensure that you trade busy for productive

Who Am I To Tell You All This?

Who am I to tell you all this?

I am Dr. Amanda Crowell, a cognitive psychologist/ business coach/ author/ podcast host/ founder of the Great Work Community/ professor of psychology and education/ speaker/ mother and wife.

Your typical hard-to-describe /slasher/.

I am deeply invested in doing lots of fun things with lots of cool people but I’ve also army-crawled my way out of burnout, and there’s one thing I know for sure: I’m never going back to burnout.

To learn how to do my Great Work without burning out I created the Great Work Method and the Great Work Journals. This is my time-and-mind management system that will teach you how to be powerfully productive without ever feeling like a hamster on a wheel.

I’ll share more when we meet, but for now just know: I’ve been where you are, and I know the way out.

Don’t procrastinate! Register now!

About the organizer

Organized by
Dr. Amanda Crowell

Dr. Amanda Crowell is a cognitive psychologist and business coach who helps accidental entrepreneurs get more clients and have a bigger impact.  Amanda’s TEDx talk has received almost a million views since January 2019 and has been featured on TED’s “Ideas” blog. Her ideas have also been featured on NPR, Al Jazeera, The Wall Street Journal, and Quartz