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Private Event

Cultivating Calm for Founders + VCs

Hosted by Jonny Miller & Julie fredrickson
Past Event
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About Event

Join us as we explore the workings of the nervous system and learn how to cultivate calm & resilience amidst the emotional rollercoaster of startup life.

This masterclass is designed for self-aware founders + VCs who are curious about the inner workings of their mind and body and wants to develop a greater sense of calm and equanimity.

This session will be a high-level introduction to how our nervous system functions and how we can learn to rewire our stress response—reclaiming greater intentionality and more aliveness!

In this session, we will explore:

  • What are the mental and physical barriers that get in the way of calm and emotional regulation?

  • Evidence-backed protocols for down-shifting your nervous system in real-time

  • Group discussions digging into how our nervous system is a lens through which we experience the world.

Whether you're looking to level up your HRV metrics or simply want to cultivate a greater sense of calm and well-being in your life, this workshop is for you. So join us for a fascinating deep dive that will help you take the first step towards true nervous system mastery. 

Jonny Miller

Jonny is the founder of Nervous System Mastery — a 5 week bootcamp for cultivating agency over your state. He has co-authored the comprehensive Emotional Resilience in Leadership Report with Jan Chipchase, and spent thousands of cumulative hours researching, training & mentoring high-performers and professionals — from the CEO of a rocket-launch company to startup founders recovering from burnout as well as busy parents, early-stage solopreneurs & VCs.

Previous students of Nervous System Mastery have included professionals hailing from Slack, Google, Automattic, Facebook, Twitter, IDEO, Salesforce, Amazon, Polygon, Youtube, Meta, Microsoft, Apple, Paramount, Adobe, Calm Company Fund & Harvard Business School.