Vurb is the mindful way to get stuff done and make your life awesome.
What kind of stuff, you ask?
We help people achieve goals and pursue interests in career & entrepreneurship, relationships, wellness, beauty & style and personal growth.
We publish a quarterly coaching magazine and offer learning experiences to help you get better and better — at being you and getting stuff done.
I’m Christine. I’m the founder of Vurb and I’m also a recovering procrastinator. When I think about it, I created Vurb for me.
In researching consistency for over eight years, I learned a lot about habit formation. I pull from a number of sources from neuroscientific discoveries to coaching techniques to routines and codify whole new systems to help people stay motivated without having to rely on willpower, which let’s face it, is highly unreliable.
I’ve developed a unique learning experience that is highly reliable and if you can commit, will help you get real goals done and create amazing lives.
Our quarterly coaching magazine tackle one topic at a time giving you the step-by-step “coach approach” to reach that goal.
Each features a coaching guide to achieving a particular goal. Use the downloadable worksheets to create your own personalized plan to reach the goal.
Learn expertise that could take you years to on your own and overcome blocks you may have struggled with in the past.
Vurb is not like any personal development educational program out there.
With unique learn-by-doing activities, you put theories into practice and get projects and goals started. That is huge!, because as they say, Starting is half the battle!
We take the approach that you don’t, for example, build confidence by talking about, reading about, or even work-shopping it. You build confidence by putting on a nice outfit and doing something that scares you.
At the end of any program, you will have even more know-how and confidence to take that project or goal all the way.
Here’s the thing. Nothing will change if you don’t.
If you clean out and organize your closet but don’t create a cleaning schedule or some “new rules” for how you’re going to stay organized, eventually you’re going to go back to throwing your clothes on the chair. And if after you lose those 15 pounds (look at you!), you don’t change your eating habits and address issues with food, stress or whatever it was that caused you to gain the weight, those pounds will come back.
Mindfully awesome is how we describe the lifestyle we recommend to….
- aspiring entrepreneur,
- anyone with confidence or emotional challenges,
- procrastinators, and
- anyone trying to live up to their potential.
It helps you become more and more focused, more certain, more you.
Read our mindful manifesto.
Subscribe to our list.