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Calmer in Five

5 Minute Mojo is the evening counterpart to the popular podcast, ZEN commuter.  Much like it's big brother, it has the same goal; to help you become calmer and more purposeful.

The show is significantly shorter but helps listeners become more aware of why they do what they do.  How does it accomplish that task?  By asking you thought provoking questions that you would never ask yourself; introspective questions that, when answered, will help you uncover your subconscious motivations for the things you do, whether they move you forward or move you back.

You won't want to miss this evening inspiration podcast.  It will have you pulling into the driveway at the end of the day calmer and wiser.

Apr 30, 2018

Becoming calmer in today's fast-faced world takes a concerted effort.  It will serve you to look at the choices you are making and see if they help you become calmer or more stressed.  Today I talk about how your devices keep you from getting a good night sleep, which in turn, has you waking up cranky and on edge.

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Apr 25, 2018

This week I have been focusing on calm.  Have you?  If you haven't, chances are good that it isn't going to just fall in your lap.  Today I talk about the benefits of one source of calm, nature.


Apr 24, 2018

There is a simple way to achieve calm, yet many people go their whole lives not doing it. Come listen


Apr 23, 2018

Links from the Episode:

How to be a Calm Person by Psychology Today and Carrie Barron M.D.

Questions of the Day:

  • Are the majority of the people I hang around with calm?
  • Do I watch the news, and why?
  • Do I define myself by calm or drama?

Resources from the Episode:

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Apr 20, 2018

Most people start and end their days stressfully. So much so that they don't know what calm is. Today I talk about ways to determine your stress, and how to change it.

Links from the Episode:

How to be a Calm Person by Psychology Today and Carrie Barron M.D.

Questions of the Day:

  • Do you know how to listen to your...