Project : Me

$199.00

Ever looked at someone and wondered how they are always so ‘together’? How they always seem to be ‘living their dream life’? How they seem to operate with effortlessness and flow but get an inordinate amount of things done? Are you ready to be one of those people?

Includes:

  • An online assessment to determine your Top 5 talents (CliftonStrengths)
  • A practical summarised translation of your Top 5
  • A copy of the momentum.me journal for built-in accountability

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Is it time for ‘project : me’?

Ever looked at someone and wondered how they are always so ‘together’? How they always seem to be ‘living their dream life’? How they seem to operate with effortlessness and flow but get an inordinate amount of things done?

We’ll let you in on a little secret…it’s got nothing to do with money. But it does have everything to do with having an abundance mindset, and an attitude to embrace opportunities leading to greater productivity and personal and professional development.

The key to ‘having it all’ is a deep understanding of self. Once you uncover how you innately think, feel and behave you can optimise these natural talents to get the most out of work, life and play. After that, it is simply a case of layering on the right tools and techniques to gain maximum momentum.

project : me gives you an introduction into how to operate from a place of strength to maximise personal and professional development.

Includes:

  • An online assessment to determine your Top 5 talents (CliftonStrengths Assessment)
  • A practical summarised translation of your Top 5
  • A copy of the momentum.me journal for built-in accountability

Completing the CliftonStrengths online assessment will give you the chance to discover your Top 5 natural talents. This shows your dominant traits and how you naturally think, feel and behave. Often when we try to emanate others and replicate their process or way of approaching things we are left frustrated and wondering why we’re not capable. The simple fact is that we’ve been trying to do things in a way that does not come naturally to us. So instead, approaching things from a place of strength will still achieve the same outcomes but leave us less frustrated, more motivated and operating with greater efficiency.