Our classes support you in your journey to a more balanced life. You will find self enriching topics with lots of hands on experiences to help you to reach your goals and move forward in your your plans to achieve work/life balance.

Mindfulness for the Busy Professional

Mindfulness is our ability to live in the present moment. It is a moment to moment
nonjudgmental awareness with our thoughts, emotions, actions and the life that surround us.
Our brain has the capability to rehash about the past and to ponder about the future and leaving us distracted with the happenings in the present moment. Instead of going back and forth in the past and in the future, mindfulness teaches us to stay focus in the present moment of our life and helping us to enjoy it by being kinder and compassionate regardless of the circumstance. Learn More

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence is our ability to manage our stress and emotions. Those who knows how to communicate with others in a way that is charismatic, positive and empathetic are those who are successful in leadership positions. We connect to the world through emotions, our interactions with others are powerful when we are aware of our emotions and capable of managing them, when we are able to persevere during hardships and empathize with others we are free to be ourselves and interact with others in an authentic way. Learn More

Be Assertive

For some, expressing what they want and what they think when they are around with many people is not easy. Not everyone is naturally assertive.
Assertiveness is the ability to openly express your feelings, desire, opinions and needs. It is the skill to act confidently and self-assured. It is a teachable and learnable skill and it is a form of communication. Learn More

Stress Management

For busy, dedicated and driven professionals, experiencing a lot of stress is inevitable. Dealing with the clients, heavy workload, hectic schedule, deadlines to meet, boring work, non-conducive working environment, lack of support from colleagues, poor management, there are few sorts of stress.

Stress is not bad all the time. It is actually normal because it will encourage you to do your best at work. However, it can also be draining most of the time though especially when you are constantly frustrated and overwhelm dealing with the stress, and it became a threat to your well-being. Excessive work-related stress can affect your concentration and productivity. It can also affect your physical, emotional and mental health and even your relationships with people whether your family and friends. Too much stress can result to these:

• Throbbing of the head
• Deprive you from sleep
• Increase blood pressure
• Higher risk of cardiac attack
• Upset stomach
• Memory problem
• Isolation
• Diminish work performance
• Discouraged
• Depressed
• Having a mood swing
• Disoriented
• Impatient

Stress is a sequence of emotional responses within your body. It is a series of thought that are going on all at once. If you are able to comprehend what it is, you will be better able to deal with it. That is why, Learned Well-Being offers you a stress management class in order for you to fully understand about stress that you are facing on and how you can manage it effectively.

Stress management will help you to have a better work-life environment and the benefits of it are the following:
• Enhance productivity
• Keeping you focus
• Diminish the chance of getting ill
• Happiness and contentment
• Getting more involved
• Having a patience
• Improve your health and well-being

Setting Goals

Goal is an end result of how people envision what they want to achieve and plan within a specific time-frame. Goal setting is significant because it allows you to see the direction where your life is leading towards, it keeps you focus and motivated, it sets as a benchmark on what you truly want in your life and how you will reach it.

Learned Well-Being will help you to set your goals in life, whether it is personal or short-term goals. You will learn how to plan your goals and take actions in a SMART way. Being SMART in goal setting will help you to be:

S – pecific with your goals. Instead of making the general kind of goals, you will learn how to set goals that are clear and concise
M – easurable. By keeping an eye on your goals and the progress will keep you motivated and propel forward.
A – ttainable. There are goals that are impossible to achieve. To avoid from setting unrealized dreams and goals. You will learn how to set goals that are challenging and yet attainable at the same time.
R – elevant. When you set your goals, it must be relevant to where you want your life and career is heading.
T – ime Bound. In goal setting, it must have a time frame. So, when you plan it, it must have a deadline in order for you to have an urge to achieve it instead of procrastinating.

Goal setting will not only achieve what you want to do in life and where you want to be. It will also help you to live life to the fullest because it gives you the bigger and clearer perspective of your life’s journey and destination.

Your Values

In ethical decision making, planning and setting goals and taking the necessary actions, it is important to connect with your values and to have a clear idea about them. Values are the beliefs of the people that affect the way they act and think. In Learned Well-Being, you will learn more about values and understand them deeply and the importance of values in your life because they will help you grow and thrive as an individual. You will learn how to be values driven in all aspects of your life. When you are values driven, you will be able to face life’s challenges as it is and creating a great impact for yourself and for the people that surrounds you.