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I Should Have Done It Yesterday

If procrastination is your problem, help is available.

Do you have a long to do list that looks pretty much the same as it did two months ago?  Do you have trouble getting started on projects?  Are there certain things you just can't bring yourself to do even though you know they are important?

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Procrastination affects all of us at one time or another, but for some of us it becomes a stranglehold on our lives.  If you would like to look at procrastination in a new way and also get help to complete a project without committing yourself to a big outlay of time or money, please join us for this mini course.

Your instructor, Dr. Lynn Fuentes, has designed and taught courses in planning and goal setting, conflict management, chronic illness, writing, and adult psychology at Prescott College and at DePaul University.  She is the author of It's Not Too Late, a book which shows people how to recreate their lives no matter how far off track they feel they are.  She has fought her own battles with procrastination in the past and is mercifully not often caught in that net anymore.

Currently, Lynn and her husband own and manage their company, Transformation Teaching, LLC, which offers personal and spiritual growth coaching and courses in adult development, life planning, and chronic illness management.

Lynn received her B.A. from the University of Michigan, her M.A. from Prescott College, her J.D. from George Washington University, and her Ph.D. from the Union Institute and University. She lives in Sedona, Arizona.

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Meditation is the natural state of being,
“… meditation is the space in which everything gets revealed, everything gets seen, everything gets experienced.”
— Adyashanti

Self-Paced Course

Start when you're ready. A complete course in four sessions delivered to you daily.  Videos, text, and exercises to take you into and through your project.

Find Your Particular Sticking Places

Everyone is different. What causes you to pull back?  Reminders like this maybe? :)

 Stop beating yourself up and find some self-affirming ways to look at your projects.  Are you actually procrastinating or is there a hidden wisdom in what you are doing?

Practices to Come Back to Again and Again

Find multiple practices that you may not have considered. Use the course again and again each time another roadblock surfaces.

Lynn Christine Fuentes, PhD.

Lynn Fuentes, CEO of Transformation Teaching, has been a lawyer, a mediator, a university professor and administrator, and an educational course designer. An experienced classroom and online instructor with a BA, MA, JD, and PhD, she has designed and taught courses in transpersonal psychology, writing, planning, chronic illness, and conflict management at Prescott College and DePaul University, where she also founded and directed the Chronic Illness Initiative, a program to help students with chronic illness obtain a degree. She has been a long-term caregiver for severely ill family members and a volunteer in many areas, including serving for many years as a board member of the Solve ME/CFS Initiative.Lynn has skill with several methods of personal growth including various forms of shadow work, personal inquiry, life planning, and meditation. A longtime student of integral philosophy, she has published integrally oriented essays and articles on conflict resolution and illness management and weaves integral ideas into her course design and teaching. Her books include It’s Not Too Late, After the Wrecking Ball: Ten Principles for Finding Peace Amidst Conflict, and Harry Harrison Wigglesworth the Sixteenth and The Freedom Strain. She is also an expert in adult stage development, and frequently presents on that subject in person and online.Currently, her primary area of expertise and interest is The Koan of Illness course series, an integral approach to working with illness as a personal and spiritual growth path. She has also been part of a team that developed the first Hispanoamerican Integral Encounter in Bogotá in 2019.Lynn lives in Sedona, AZ and follows an integral life practice of physical, psychological, meditative, and cognitive development.