“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”

–Albert Einstein

Your intellect has helped you get far in life. It is an amazing tool, but relying too much on this tool comes with many costs.

Over time, you often might feel exhausted and mentally spent. Maybe you experience stress, anxiety, or worry that has become the norm.

What if there is an easier way to do what you love and to be wildly successful at it, but with much more ease? What if success is not fueled by hard work, effort, and fear of failure, but by flowing with life rather than feeling like you’re struggling against it?

There is absolutely another way. We’ve both been there and we’ve come to see things very differently.

Think Less, Accomplish More is a 3-hour workshop led by Dr. Sarah Lee and Dr. Amy Johnson, designed to help you tap into even more creativity, flow, and success with a lot more enjoyment and ease by seeing the true source of creativity and productivity.

This Workshop Is For You If:

You feel mentally exhausted, stressed, anxious, and burned out

You feel that your success is completely dependent upon your intellect and hard work

You struggle simultaneously with perfectionism while constantly feeling not good enough

You find yourself engaged in approval-seeking or people – pleasing behaviors

Life feels increasingly small, limited or difficult

You sense that the work you love can be far easier and more enjoyable than it currently is

You sense that you can be just as successful with more flow and ease rather than efforting and pushing

Workshop Overview

The workshop will take place on Zoom and will last for 3 hours

In the first half of the workshop, Sarah and Amy will share their personal experience and the realizations they had that allowed them to achieve more with far less stress and effort. They will share an understanding of the human experience that forms the basis of their work with people experiencing stress, anxiety, and unhealthy habits.

In the second half of the workshop, we’ll open the call to discussion, questions, and personal support.

There will be two workshops — one for undergraduate college students and one for graduate students and academic professionals. The workshops will be similar in content and format, but each will emphasize somewhat unique issues that arise for the two populations.

Date and Time

Both workshops will be recorded and everyone registered will receive the recording

The workshop for undergraduate college students will be Saturday, January 8, 2022 from 9am-12pm PT / 12pm-3pm ET / 5pm-8pm UK

The workshop for graduate students and professors will be Saturday, January 15, 2022 from 9am-12pm PT / 12pm-3pm ET / 5pm-8pm UK



The cost for either workshop is $25

To request financial assistance, please contact support@dramyjohnson.com

Please note that this workshop will be recorded and the recordings will be shared publicly to help others. When you enroll, you’ll be sent a video release form. You are free to keep your video off for the workshop if you prefer.

About Amy

Amy Johnson, PhD is a psychologist, coach, author, and speaker who shares a groundbreaking new approach that helps people find true, lasting freedom from unwanted habits via insight rather than willpower.

She is author of Being Human (2013), The Little Book of Big Change: The No-Willpower Approach to Breaking Any Habit (2016), and Just a Thought: A No-Willpower Approach to End Self-Doubt and Make Peace with your Mind (2021). In 2017 she opened The Little School of Big Change, an online school that has helped hundreds of people find freedom from anxiety and habits and live a more peaceful life.

Johnson has been a regularly featured expert on The Steve Harvey Show and Oprah.com, as well as in The Wall Street Journal and Self magazine.

About Sarah

Dr. Sarah Lee is a professor, coach, and yoga & meditation teacher. Her background is in social psychology and she loves to look at the way that minds work. She struggled with anxiety, perfectionism and an eating disorder until she understood the way her mind was working so hard to keep her “safe.” She is passionate about guiding others to find more clarity, peace and freedom.