Monkton, VT, May 30, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Gregg Krech has been Director of the ToDo Institute since its inception in 1992. When asked about the relevance of this new program for people in today’s busy world, he said, “It is easy for even our most important dreams to get lost in the shuffle of our busy lives. Often they get placed on the backburner because they have no deadline. This program gives you a chance to move the important to the front of the line. By the end of the month you will either have completed or made significant progress on something that is worth doing. This is a chance to grab the reins, and dedicate yourself to something that is important to you and that will add satisfaction, pride, joy and meaning to your life.”
The average lifespan today is 30,000 days. As we begin the summer of 2009, we can embrace this reality by tackling something that we really care about and making room for it in our lives. With support from an advisor, as well as an online community, participants will identify their project, keep track of their progress, and receive guidance and inspiration from a rich collection of resources. They will also have a chance to track their own obstacles as they come up and identify patterns that may arise in the future.
The ToDo Institute cultivates good will and gratitude in the world, through the teaching and dissemination of Japanese methods of psychology. The ToDo Institute creates personal, family, and organizational change through the skillful use of attention; the cultivation of gratitude; the awareness of interdependence; the ability to put oneself in another's shoes; and purposeful action in the face of obstacles. Although rooted in Eastern philosophy, these methods are integrated beautifully into our contemporary western society, providing balance, beauty and wisdom. For further information about their programs or resources, call 800-950-6034 or 802-453-4440 or visit their website at http://www.todoinstitute.org.