For highly sensitive people, the world can often feel overstimulating and overwhelming. It can feel like we're on an emotional roller coaster, all alone, disoriented, ashamed, and afraid. At the same time, our hardwired sensitivity provides us access to amazing insight and skill sets that enable us to be compassionate, creative, and collaborative when we have the support we need.
In this 21-day Brain Recharge Challenge, just for sensitive people or those who better want to understand the experience of a sensitive person (such as parents or partners of sensitive people), this journey will help you to better understand your unique brain patterns, recognize the benefits and vulnerabilities that accompany the sensitivity trait, and learn critical skills and techniques that will energize you along your journey. You will also be able to interact with other sensitive people for the support and accountability that will help you truly take care of yourself, as you encourage others along the way.
The course includes recorded webinars with Heidi Hanna, an action planning session to help you commit to your recharge goals, daily practices that you can access at anytime, and an opportunity to join an exclusive community for ongoing support.
Heidi has been featured at many national and global conferences, including the Fortune Magazine Most Powerful Women in Business Summit, the Million Dollar Round Table and the ESPN Women’s Leadership Summit. Heidi is the New York Times Best Selling author of The SHARP Solution: A Brain-Based Approach for Optimal Performance, Stressaholic: 5 Steps to Transform Your Relationship With Stress, and Recharge: 5 Simple Shifts to Energize Your Life.
Heidi is currently the Executive Director for The American Institute of Stress, where she also serves as a Fellow and editor of their magazine Contentment. She is on the National Board for the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor and is a frequent lecturer at Canyon Ranch Spa and Resort.
Clients have included Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, PepsiCo, Cisco, Dell, Intel, Proctor & Gamble, Qualcomm, Janus Capital Group, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, Ameriprise, ESPN and Starbucks, the NFL and PGA Tour, as well as professional and amateur athletes.