Getting a Door slammed in your face might be the easiest part.

Because, the mental struggles and emotional pressures can be crippling… and you probably won’t see it coming.

Getting a Door slammed in your face might be the easiest part.

Because, the mental struggles and emotional pressures can be crippling… and you probably won’t see it coming.

You’ve prepared your whole life to serve a mission.

But, now that the time to leave is looming closer, maybe you are starting to feel some doubt, or worried that you will lose your identity.

Maybe you’ve experienced some stress and anxiety in the past and just aren’t sure how that stress and anxiety will play out on the mission.

You’ve tried to read your scriptures more, or attended the temple more or do your language study more, but maybe you are lacking the motivation to just buckle down.

You worry that your preparation will be insufficient or that other missionaries will judge you.

You’ve maybe heard horror stories about difficult companions, or feeling isolated, lonely and inadequate, because you don’t know the language.

You’ve heard the mission is the hardest thing you’ll ever do, and you know you can do hard things, but how do you prepare yourself for something you’ve never done before?

Sometimes you even worry that you might come home early.

You are excited to serve a mission, but sometimes you are also full of overwhelm and self-doubt.

Rest assured, my friend. This is actually just how most preparing missionaries operate on default.

What most missionaries don’t realize is that when they have the ability to take their brains OUT of default, and get intentional, they can be epically confident and have a successful mission. That success actually has very little to do with external preparation and EVERYTHING to do with internal preparation.

That is where I come in.

Mental Mission Prep is the course I created to put YOU in charge of the experience of your mission.

With specific mental and emotional tools, you arm yourself to become fail-proof on the mission and actually increase your capacity to serve those around you and feel the spirit.

In Mental Mission Prep you’ll learn to:

Mental preparation will allow you to not get swallowed up in perfectionism and create immovable self-worth. The mission will still be hard, but it won’t have the ability to take you down.

What people are saying about Mental Mission Prep:

In the ten Mental Mission Prep Videos you will unlock the missing piece to your power as a missionary, tap into self-confidence and be able to hit the ground running as soon as you put on your black nametag.

You might be thinking: “I’m gonna be gone a long time! How will I remember all of the tools you taught me?”

You’ll also get Google Drive links to ALL of the videos so that you can upload them to your missionary google drive. This resource has been so valuable to missionaries in the field for when things get tough.

How Much Does it Cost to Serve a Mission

How much it costs to equip yourself with the mental tools to fail-proof your mission? $249

Through Mental Mission Prep you’ll overcome self-doubt and anxiety, step into unwavering confidence and start creating the successful mission you’ve always dreamed of. Mental Mission Prep is for you if:

Listen, I’ve Got You.

When your mindset is right you will be able to thrive on the mission despite difficult companions, lack of baptisms or not meeting your goals.

When both of my oldest sons served missions, I thought it would be a joyful, spirit filled experience. I thought I had prepared them well!

And they felt prepared, too!

I thought between EFY, family nights, scouts, traveling to other places, teaching, studying Preach my Gospel and attending the Stake Mission Prep course, and going on splits with the missionaries, that my boys would be golden.

Their whole lives they prepared to serve missions, and then I just dropped the off on the MTC Curb, felt my heart break and then just hoped they were ready…

After working with and talking to 100’s of missionaries and missionary mom’s, I started realizing that the missing piece to a complete mission preparation is Mental Mission Prep. And, as a Certified Life Coach, with Advanced Training in Faith-based coaching skills, I knew I could help.

I know the work I’ve with my clients and the tools I’ve taught my clients is absolutely mission and life transformative!

I can’t wait for you to have your hands on these tools, too.

We don’t have to just hope our missionaries are prepared. With Mental Mission Prep we can be CERTAIN that they are.

With specific mental and emotional tools, you arm yourself to become fail-proof on the mission and actually increase your capacity to serve those around you and feel the spirit.

When we aren’t mentally equipped to deal with difficult companions, drop perfectionism and create immovable self-worth…the mission becomes even more of a challenge.

Start creating the confidence you’ll want in the future, now.

You might be thinking, “Is Mental Preparedness really necessary?”

I’ve heard preparing missionaries say, “I can totally figure it out when I get out on the mission.” You can, but with mental tools you can really accomplish anything.

You won’t believe how much easier your transitions will be, how equipped you’ll be to handle difficult companions, and how confidently you’ll be able to keep your self-confidence intact, regardless of what is going on around you.

With actual mental and emotional strategies you’ll be set for and be able to handle anything that comes your way! So, click on the button below.

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