The Maju Mindset

Truth be told: Most of us weren’t taught how to navigate life with grace. We keep bumping into the same walls and settling on a life of mediocrity. Until now. The Maju Mindset challenges you to think differently, embrace your innate brilliance, and free your inner child. This playful, yet deep perspective invites curiosity, authenticity, and vulnerability to the head of the table. Shared through a lens of personal triumph, Kristi Lee Schatz demonstrates how our current societal agreements and individual habits are limiting our ability to truly thrive. If you’re tired of going through the motions without feeling fulfilled, this book is for you.

The book can:

  • Increase your self-confidence
  • Deepen your sense of intimacy in relationships
  • Help you tap your full potential for greatness
  • Shift your perception so you can finally get out of your own damn way

What is Maju?

The term comes from the Malay language and means to advance, progress or move forward. The word lends itself beautifully to the notion that developing yourself as an individual will evolve the system as a whole. As you move forward, so does the world.

If you’re ready to step onto the ledge and take the leap that will change your life for the better, then it’s time to get your maju on! The next generation is counting on us.

About the Author

Kristi Lee Schatz has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with a special interest in interpersonal neurobiology and mindfulness. She is currently a collaborating member of Green Zone Culture Group, a training organization facilitating workshops in social and emotional intelligence for corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, and college students. She is formerly the owner of the Peaceful Living Center in Avondale and the Interim Executive Director and Wellness Program Director for Unity Plaza. Before relocating to Jacksonville, Schatz managed high-end personal growth retreats and conferences for an industry leading company in Boulder, CO. She also ran a private counseling practice in Northern California and Sedona, AZ.