Past. Future. Present:

Saving the endangered resource of now.

How much of a difference could we make if we were fully present in each moment?

By being present in the past, present in the future, and present in the now, we can save time by taking care of one thing at a time.

Sound Familiar?

This site is open, you’re watching your texts, while on hold with the insurance company (which you’re timing on your smart watch), all while “spending time with the kids.”

Stop Spinning

By doing so much, we miss out on much more. By doing so much, we do much less.

Just Say No

We think we’ve increased our ability to multi-task but all we’ve really taught ourselves to do is multi-miss.

A housefly and the poof of a dandelion taught me a valuable lesson I want to share with you. But not here, that would be anticlimactic. Suffice it to say, I gained some life-changing insights that made me realize that being present in a moment is one of our most-endangered resources and dwindling every day.
Housefly? Poof?I need to know more

Does any of this Sound Familiar?

This website is open, you’re monitoring your text messages, while still on hold with the insurance company (the duration of which is being timed on your smart watch), all while “spending time with the kids.

We think we’ve increased our ability to multi-task but all we’ve really taught ourselves to do is multi-miss. We miss the lessons from our past or harbor resentment long beyond since the ship has sailed. We fret about tomorrow, including things out of our control. We’ve learned to say “Yes” because we’re convinced we can juggle everything, by juggling everything. all.
at. once.

While we’re stuck spinning about yesterday, predicting our life tomorrow and balancing everything today, we end up diminishing the quality of the time we spend on any one of those things. By doing so much, we miss out on much more. By doing so much, we do much less.

The Promise:

Past, Future, Present provides immediately-actionable tools to help us remember our past accurately so we can plan for the future more intentionally, all so that we can cherish the fleeting “nows.”

By the close of this workshop, your team will:

  • Gain techniques for neutralizing
    emotional reactions

  • Learn to use a predictive
    “what if” tool

  • Walk away with tools to enable us
    to be present in the now

  • Experience the pitfalls of
    task-switching

Be an effective leader

In this talk we will look at remedies, tools and techniques to give us a competitive advantage in our past,
our future and our present.

I know what’s in my futurea chat with Mo

Presence is our most-endangered resource.

Our ability to be present in the moment has dwindled. What if we were present? What do we gain?

The Legg Mason VETS (Veterans Education, Talent & Support) and LEAD (LGBTQ+ Employees & Allies for Diversity) Employee Resource Groups, invited Mo to share her personal story with us. Mo’s story was both inspirational and encouraging, all the while being very entertaining. She is a gifted speaker who uses humor to bring ease and wisdom to an uncomfortable topic. It was a powerful discussion that encouraged employees to think more broadly about how our perspectives are flavored by experiences. Mo’s message is powerful...show up, be professional and don't make excuses for being who you are. We talk a lot about being our ‘authentic self’ and her personal story brought this important message to life.

Hayley Lauritsen
Legg Mason VETS Employee Resource Group

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