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Thom Walters
Calmer in Five
If you are heading home after a long day of work, school or errands how about a pick me up? Five Minute Mojo transforms your ride home into a time of reflection. Thom Walters guides you through thinking about positive ways to evaluate and change your life for the better. He will ask you questions you have never heard before. Dragging yourself home at the end of the day is now a thing of the past. It's time to change our life. It's time for Five Minute Mojo.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 31 ratings
5 Minute Mojo is a simple yet in depth way to pause at the end of the work day and reflect on a concept, question, or thought that you otherwise may not have thought about during your busy day. It's a great way to switch gears as you leave work and commute home. Thom also makes it a point to...Read full review »
RockyMountainHigh83 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/29/17
Perfect way to end your weekday
I love listening to these episodes every evening when I head back home from work. They're short but packed with goodness. Regardless of whether I've had a less-than-stellar workday or not, it always gets me centered and calm as I unwind from whatever happened during the day. Thom's questions or...Read full review »
dennmart via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/27/17
This show is great to listen to after wrapping up the work day - It's brief and full of solid, positive information to end the day on a happier note, regardless of what the day throws at you. We can all use some positive vibes every day!
dennmart via Stitcher · 03/23/16
Recent Episodes
Being of service to others, connecting with others is a sure-fire method for becoming calm.  Today I talk of three other methods for thinking outside yourself.
Published 07/05/20
We are at our most stressed when are thoughts are all about us.  Think more about others and see your level of calm increase.
Published 07/03/20
Do you have a rich green lawn?  Is that important to you? If it is, I am one hundred percent sure it is not entirely your thought.  That belief of green grass being the best started somewhere, a long time ago.  But does that thought serve?
Published 07/02/20
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