Boosting both mental and physical health, research has show that those who volunteer live longer, happier and more fulfilled lives.

Charitable giving delivers a host of benefits to the body and brain. So whether you give your time or money, you will still feel the positive effects to:​

  • Lower blood pressure.
  • Lower stress levels.
  • Less anxiety and depression.
  • Increased self-esteem.

Four reasons to begin a tradition of giving:

  1. Giving makes you feel happy. Your brain's pleasure circuits are stimulated by acts of charity and release "good feeling" chemicals such as endorphins, which give you a sense of euphoria, and oxytocin, which promotes tranquility and inner peace.
  2. Giving is good for your health. Stress is the catalyst for many known health issues. Giving has been proven to decrease blood pressure and reduce stress. This reduction promotes longer life and better health.
  3. Giving promotes social connection. Studies show that when you give to others, your generosity is often continued down the line to someone else, or returned to you. This strengthens our ties to each other.
  4. Giving is contagious. When one person gives, it inspires others to do the same, and that's what InTah is all about! ​

We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean.

But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.” Mother Teresa

How do I know if this course for me?

Let me ask you a few questions…

  • Do you want to develop yourself and expand your knowledge?
  • Are you ambitious and determined?
  • Are you frustrated about something in your life?
  • Do you have areas that you want or need to work on (fears, doubts, procrastination, overwhelm, stuck in a rut, struggling to compete)?
  • Would you love to be part of a community of like-minded individuals all learning the same new skills?

What will I get?

New skills, a community to interact with who are on the same journey and GREAT FUN learning about something worthwhile:

  • 6 modules, made up of several lessons to take your through the process in phases.
  • Downloadable workbooks, videos, audio files, links and quizzes to ensure the information is accessible and interactive.
  • Lifetime access to the course.
  • Invitation to a private facebook group where you can share your learning, thoughts, questions and bounce ideas with other course participants.
  • Q&A with the course creator to ask questions, seek clarification or request accountability.

course curriculum

Course Structure

To ensure that the content of the courses is as current and relevant as it can be, this is just an overview of the course curriculum.

Each of InTah's courses has six modules, taking you on a journey with

So let's get started....

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