Calm Clarity February Workshop at Villanova University

Saturday, Feb 23, 2019
Sunday, Feb 24, 2019
Due Quach


Are you ready to break free of the mindless patterns that keep you from realizing your full potential?

Join the Calm Clarity February Weekend Workshop at Villanova University to master your mind and be your best self.

After exploring the alignment of spiritual teachings with scientific findings, Due Quach (pronounced Zway Kwok) created the Calm Clarity Leadership Program by integrating neuroscience and spiritual wisdom to rewire the brain for genuine self-actualization.

During this experiential workshop, you examine how the mind works and learn how to direct your own brain development. You gain insight into how your brain activation fluctuates between three primary emotional states: Brain 1.0 (fear and self-preservation), Brain 2.0 (reward-seeking, and instant gratification) and Brain 3.0 (self-mastery, wisdom, and well-being). You also learn and practice effective exercises to activate and strengthen Brain 3.0 so you can be your best self, live in alignment with your core values, and enhance and deepen your relationships.

This training will benefit anyone looking to think clearly and make effective decisions, be more creative, innovative, and collaborative, and build resilience to stress.

Calm Clarity Leadership Program Overview 

This is an intensive non-residential two-day course that goes from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday. This experiential learning workshop involves interactive exercises, discussions, videos, and meditations.

Please note: Space is limited. Reservations will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Dress code: Comfortable: t-shirts, shorts, jeans, sweats, sneakers, or sandals are fine.  

About Calm Clarity

Calm Clarity is a social enterprise that shares the benefits of neurosciene-based leadership development with people across the socioeconomic spectrum, including top executives, professionals in a variety of fields, people in workforce development programs and low-income and/or first-generation college students. We create social impact by developing creative approaches to sustainably offer our training to low-income groups facing challenging obstacles. 

Your ticket purchase sponsors low-income first-generation college students to attend this weekend workshop at no cost through our College Student Scholar Program. Thank you for paying it forward! If you are a college student interested in participating in this program, you can learn more here.

About the founder, Due Quach:

From a traumatized refugee to an overachieving workaholic to a pioneering social entrepreneur, Due’s unique journey shows how genuine transformation is possible and accessible using the Calm Clarity framework, a powerful distillation of modern neuroscience and ancient wisdom. Today, she shares her insights and experiences to bring Calm Clarity to every-one, including senior executives, professionals, educators, people in work-force development programs, first-generation college students, and inner city teens. Due is a graduate of Harvard College and the Wharton School of Business and calls Philadelphia home.

Due has brought the benefits of Calm Clarity to many organizations, including Ernst & Young, Bristol-Meyers Squibb, Vanguard, M&T Bank, Devereux, the University of Pennsylvania, Haverford College, and New York University. Her inspiring story has been featured in the New York Observer, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philly Voice, Streetwise, and the Seattle Times. Her highly acclaimed book, Calm Clarity: How to Use Science to Rewire Your Brain for Greater Wisdom, Fulfillment and Joy, was published by TarcherPerigee Penguin Random House in May 2018.  

To learn more, please visit: calmclarity.org