Learn to take control of all areas of your life; break old habits that sabotage your life and business; and establish new, healthy, and effective habits of self-discipline.
- 17 Livestream
- 21-Hour Sessions
- 3Access to session recordings for 1 month after the final session
- 4Tools and systems to help you become more disciplined
The 7 Pillars of Self-Discipline scratch the surface of the mental, emotional, and behavioral changes required to take control of all areas of your life; break old habits that sabotage your life and business; and establish new, healthy, and effective habits of self-discipline.
Developed by Melanie Crane and inspired by her own personal and professional experiences. Melanie pulls from her experiences as a former Division 1 gymnast, marathon runner, top producing agent at Keller Williams Realty and her neuroscience research within the field of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Self-discipline doesn’t mean sacrificing the things you enjoy. It’s about identifying your priorities and creating habits to ensure you honor and fulfill those priorities.
It gives us peace of mind, freedom, and self-confidence, enabling us to approach our priorities in a way that is healthy, balanced, and reflective of who we are working to become.
Self-discipline unlocks the potential of becoming the best version of yourself and living a happier and more successful life
7 Livestream, 1-Hour Sessions, Access to session recordings for 1 month after the final session, Tools and systems to help you become more disciplined
Melanie Crane has a strong passion for helping individuals become the best versions of themselves and achieve their fullest potential both personally and professionally.
Melanie used her personal commitment to excellence and self-discipline to become a top producing agent with Keller Williams Realty.
Before her career in real estate, Melanie ran a successful private practice as a clinically trained Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and Motivational Interviewer.
Her expertise supported her work with patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety.
Melanie is a former Division 1 Gymnast, holds a degree in Psychology from the University of Rhode Island and a Master’s in Clinical Social Work from the University of Southern Maine.