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Research even suggests stress is the cause of 80% of all illness.

Serenity CAN be learned. And more serenity means less stress.

Would you like more ease, calm, and clarity in your life?

Then join us in the 21 Days to Serenity Journey. Each day, for 21 days, we send you one 2-3 minute video with a specific action step to practice for reducing stress and improve your mood. You can watch the videos on the train, listen in the car, or while drinking your morning coffee.

Hard times call for us to join together. You can also join us daily at 9 am PST while our Chief Mood Officer, Kathryn Goetzke, goes live in our Mood Makers Facebook Group. We will discuss strategies, share insights, and work together to improve moods during this time.

Let’s lead a less stressed, more fulfilled life together. We hope you join us on the journey to greater Serenity.

ABOUT KATHRYN GOETZKE

Kathryn Goetzke is a social entrepreneur, strategic consultant, and global mental health advocate with personally lived experience. As Chief Mood Officer at The Mood Factory, her goal is to ‘Improve Moods’ by teaching consumers how to get in the present moment through engaging the senses. Her first brand, Mood-lites, sold over 9 million products at retail and launched the first ever national cause marketing program for mental health, raising over 1 million dollars for global advocacy. Kathryn is currently launching a Mood-scent line and 21 Day courses, taking moods mainstream through evidence informed approaches to health and wellbeing.

Kathryn has over 25 years of business, strategy, branding, research, and new products experience with small, medium, and Fortune 100 companies. Her nonprofit, iFred, created “Hopeful Minds”, an award-winning program aimed at teaching how to create, maintain, and sustain Hope. She has presented at the United Nations, World Bank and World Health Organization and serves on advisory boards for the Global Mental Health Movement, Y Mental Health, Women’s Brain Project and FundaMentalSDG. She writes for Thrive Global and PsychCentral, and has been featured on radio, television, and print around the world. Kathryn has an MBA in International Marketing Management, a BA in Psychology, is a proud auntie and grateful daughter, and currently lives in Reno, NV with her dog Yoda.

WE HOPE YOU JOIN US ON THE JOURNEY!