Tame Your Should Monsters

Zoom Workshop

Are you noticing your list of "shoulds" getting longer and louder? Are your "shoulds" distracting you from what you really want to do? Keeping you stuck on autopilot or worse, spiraling into guilt and shame because you can't keep up? Do you wish you could strip your Should Monsters of their power?

This free Zoom workshop will help you identify and interrogate the shoulds and shouldn't that get incredibly loud in midlife (and even louder during a pandemic).

Like the monsters that used to hide under your bed when you were little, Should Monsters lose their power when we turn on the lights. We'll do that together in this high impact hour.

You may come into the workshop with a laundry list of shoulds and shouldn'ts, but you will leave with a new understanding of where your shoulds are coming from, and an effective and practical way to turn them into intentional actions.

What is the investment?


Upcoming dates

Thursday, November 10, 7-8 PM EST

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The Tame Your Should Monsters workbook will be emailed to you before the workshop.

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"I took Sara's Tame Your Should Monsters workshop because I was looking for a new way to look at and handle my shoulds. The workshop gave me a way of reframing my choice of language, identifying the power I've been giving to shoulds, and retraining my inner dialogue. Sara was fantastic at making me feel comfortable while giving me new ways to look at my defaults and move past old ways of thinking."

– Paula

"I invited Sara to run her Should Monsters workshop for my Fall Reset group because I wanted to give the participants a new way to think about their long lists of “shoulds." Sara gave us a fresh take on the pressures that we put on ourselves and new ways to reframe any “should". Becoming aware of the weight of this word and learning to get curious about it is a wonderful way of feeling lighter and living according to our values instead of what's important to others."

– Annie Gaudreault | Nutritionist • Speaker • Coach • Trainer

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