Becoming Yourself Series: Find Balance in Daily Living (series 2.0)

| February 10, 2020
Submitted by Hardil Bhatt for Open Circle McMaster

Important Notice

For the latest information and updates about McMaster's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) please visit the McMaster COVID-19 site.

Five-week series free of cost, stress, and exams

Finish your term with balance, motivation, and intention. Deepen your understanding of who you really are and wake up to your authentic self within the pressures of student life. This series is your chance to share ideas for authentic living with others who are asking similar questions.

The course includes:

  • Weekly 50 minute workshops
  • Interactive group exercises
  • Self-awareness and mindfulness practices to try at home
  • A meeting with a staff coach

You will be guided in practicing daily mindfulness exercises in your own time and submit a short weekly reflection about your experiences of these exercises. A completion certificate will be granted for participating in the full 5 weeks and staff coaching session.

Learn more about the series and register at www.OpenCircle.mcmaster.ca/bys

Open to all students. No need to have completed Series 1.0 to benefit from this Course.

Tags:
act with integrity | be collegial | be curious | collaboration | embrace change | explore new possibilities | generosity | give willingly | go above and beyond | inspire others | mba | ug1 | ug2 | ug3 | ug4
Categories:
ALL MBA | Bulletin Posts | UG Level 1 | UG Level 2 | UG Level 3 | UG Level 4

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Comment Policy

We generally welcome discussion on our blog posts. However, we reserve the right to edit or delete comments in certain situations:

  • Comments which include unrelated or suspicious links or messages (spam).
  • Comments which are off topic.
  • Comments which attack or threaten individuals or a group of people.
  • Comments which include profanity or messages that would generally be considered offensive or inappropriate by the McMaster community.

This site is moderated by the DeGroote Marketing and Community Engagement team. If you have any questions please emailĀ Jared Lenover.