So, what's the deal?
You're busy. You got stress. I want to help you master it as quickly as possible.
In this online workshop, you will learn absolutely everything you need to know to begin your journey of mastering your stress, instead of continuing to let it master you.
For the last 5 years I've built myself into the ultimate student of stress. After turning my own life around, I started working with high school students, college students, and young entrepreneurs to help them do the same.
How does this work?
This course is designed as an 'online workshop', so you apply knowledge to your own life each step of the way. Learn the secrets of StressSmart students and uncover the path to becoming one yourself.
What is the most valuable part of this 'online workshop'?
The StressSmart practical tools section. Shop around and try on practical tools that you can use immediately in your own life. These tools have been selected with the busy college student in mind --- they are simple, easy to implement, and proven in their effectiveness. Tools are validated by research, by my own experience working with clients, and by the hundreds of thousands of people around the world who use them.
So what are you waiting for?
Join us! Get StressSmart.
I'm a Stanford University graduate and Co-Founder of Achieve(X). Everything we do at Achieve(X) is about self growth so that we might shine brighter, feel more aliveness, and give more of ourselves to others. As you dare to achieve that 'x' factor in your life, we are here to support you! Here is a little bit about me. In the meantime --- shine on!
Corey Dysick is an educator and personal coach who works with high schools students, college students, and young professionals to support them as they define and achieve their own personal dreams.
Corey has helped create and teach 3 successful Stanford courses that brought him all over the US and the world, including a trip up to the peak of Mt Kilimanjaro. His courses have reached over 10,000 students in 144 countries.
Corey earned his degree from Stanford University in Human Biology (BS) where he was a decathlete and pole vaulter on the track team.