What’s the secret to pushing through—and overcoming—burn-out in troubled times? According to Taylor Garrett, a leadership coach for rising changemakers and the founder of Taylored Coaching, it all comes down to momentum powered by intentionality—taking the “unknowns” in your life and transforming them into possibilities for new growth.

Garrett’s new online program, “21 Days to Momentum,” is designed to help you “go from expanding your problems to intentionally expanding your growth.” The free series runs from July 18 through August 7 and features 21 experts, including Spud Marshall, the Sullivan Foundation’s director of student engagement and leader of the foundation’s twice-yearly Ignite Retreats for college changemakers.

Garrett said the program is aimed at “change agents who want to shift from living their problems to expanding their momentum towards their desires to grow in the change.” She added, “Right now, I believe it’s really important that people get to have more access to the tools and wisdom that energize up their vision rather than burn them out and depress them.”

The program will address a burning question that many young change leaders are currently wrestling with, Garrett notes: “How do we transform our deepest wounds/unconscious programming into our biggest assets so we can lifestyle ourselves into a momentum towards our vision?”

In her career as a leadership coach, Garrett has worked with universities like Leiden University in the Netherlands as well as the UN Refugee Agency and TRY Global.

“My own expertise is conflict transformation,” Garrett said, “and I keep seeing us change agents fall victim to overwhelming vicious cycles of self-exploitation, all for the sake of saving the world—I was one of them. Except the world doesn’t want to be saved, it wants to be transformedThat’s what ‘Momentum’ expands a space for: transformation.”

high-power roster of speakers will guide program participants along in this journey of transformation. They include:

Spud Marshall, author of “Designing Creative Communities” and director of student engagement for the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation. A social entrepreneur and community builder, he is also the founder of My Creative Community, which supports groups in designing engaging experiences for their communities. He serves as a facilitator, coach and consultant alongside organizations such as the Sullivan Foundation, Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Teach for America, the American Planning Association, and Johnson & Johnson.

Dr. Amy Johnson, a psychologist, coach and author of books including “Being Human,” “The Little Book of Big Change: The No-Willpower Approach to Breaking Any Habit,” and “Just a Thought: A No-Willpower Approach to End Self-Doubt and Make Peace With Your Mind.” In 2017 she opened The Little School of Big Change, an online school that helps thousands of people find freedom from anxiety and habits and live a more peaceful life. She also shares her ”no-willpower” approach in her podcast, “Changeable,” and has been featured on “The Steve Harvey Show” and Oprah.com and in the Wall Street Journal and Self magazine.

Ben Azadi, the founder of Keto Kamp, a global brand bringing awareness to ancient healing strategies such as the keto diet and fasting. He is the author of “Keto Flex,” “The Perfect Health Booklet,” “The Intermittent Fasting Cheat Sheet” and “The Power of Sleep.” An expert on intermittent fasting and the ketogenic diet, Azadi is known as “The Health Detective” because he investigates dysfunction and educates—rather than medicates—to bring the body back to normal function.

Carl Pullein, a productivity and time management coach who helps people put their time to better use and become more productive using the technology they carry with them every day. He has written three books on productivity and time management and coaches companies and individuals around the world through one-to-one coaching programs and his Time and Life Mastery and Your Digital Life courses.

Trevor Lohrbeer, cofounder of Day Optimizer, a time management web app that helps solopreneurs create daily plans that reflect their priorities using guided workflows based on neuroscience principles. On YouTube, he hosts the Mindful Productivity channel, where he teaches concepts, frameworks and techniques for being productive while living a good life. He is the creator of Strategic Life Tools, a free membership site with tools for life planning, and Lean Decisions, a blog that teaches people concepts and techniques for making better decisions.

Liz Guthridge, an executive coach, facilitator, consultant and founder of Connect Consulting Group. Guthridge helps individuals rewire their mindset to increase their self-awareness, deepen their personal growth and development, and open themselves to more possibilities. With a growth mindset, Guthridge says, individuals can better navigate more complex and uncertain situations, connect more dots, and build stronger relationships with stakeholders in multiple ecosystems.

Brenda Hershey, an author, international humanitarian, researcher and founder/president of TRY Global. Having several years of humanitarian fieldwork experience in the Middle East, Brenda is passionate about integrating Trauma Recovery Yoga (TRY) and mind-body recovery methods into traditional humanitarian efforts because she knows firsthand that these tools are, in fact, life-changing.

Dr. Ronald D. Siegel, an assistant professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School, where he has taught for over 35 years. He is a long-time student of mindfulness meditation and author of many books, including “The Extraordinary Gift of Being Ordinary: Finding Happiness Right Where You Are” and “The Mindfulness Solution: Everyday Practices for Everyday Problems.” He is professor for The Great Courses’ “The Science of Mindfulness: A Research-Based Path to Well-Being.”

Laura Izquierdo Bosch, a freelance writer, editor and host of the Thoughts from Limbo podcast, a show designed to help listeners navigate adulthood and embrace the uncertainty of life. She has interviewed renowned entrepreneurs, Olympic athletes, actors, authors, journalists and more. With a background in law, strategy consulting and a passion for social identity, her writing focuses on the future of work, freelancing, self-improvement and business.

Danny Forest, a top author on Medium.com and a polymath with an obsession for learning. He has been a software engineer, writer and photographer and has started seven businesses, two of which are still operating: Power Level Studios and Forest Co. On Medium.com, he’s been a top writer in 23 categories, including No. 1 in Education for two years straight, and his content has been read by over 10 million people worldwide.

Jonathan Shane, an entrepreneur and founder of Keto Road. Shane has utilized mindset tools and holistic lifestyle approaches to overcome bulimia, negative self-image and the struggles of everyday life and and teaches others to do the same.

Tyler Brown, a lawyer turned host and creator of the Wake Me Up podcast.

Corey McComb, author of “Productivity Is for Robots.” His writing focuses on the sweet spots in life where human connection, creativity and personal growth intersect. Through blog posts, essays and the occasional short story, McComb examines the human condition and new ways of thinking.

Jeremy Lent, the author of “The Web of Meaning” and “The Patterning Instinct.” Lent has been described by The Guardian journalist George Monbiot as “one of the greatest thinkers of our age.” His work investigates the underlying causes of our civilization’s existential crisis and explores pathways toward a life-affirming future. He is founder of the nonprofit Liology Institute, dedicated to fostering an integrated worldview that could enable humanity to thrive sustainably on our planet.

Jim Woods, founder of Jim Woods Writes and the co-author of the bestselling books “Ready Aim Fire” and “Focus Booster.” He is also a novelist, podcaster and productivity coach who has been featured by Fast Company, Life Hacker and others. He has a passion for helping individuals write books with his company, Write Publish Share.

Jeffrey Besecker, founder of The Light Inside podcast. He’s a holistic behavioral coach who guides individuals in effectively understanding the conditioned beliefs and patterns that shape every area of life. He helps individuals reclaim their inner authority by realigning them with a secure sense of self-concept.

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