Life As A Project

Goal (ɡōl/): the object of a person's ambition or effort; an aim or desired result.

Project (präjˌekt/): an individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned and designed to achieve a particular aim.

Which one sounds more likely to be successful?  A dream or a carefully planned and designed enterprise?

Life As A Project uses proven project management techniques that you can use to accomplish the results you want in life!

Projects are:

  • Time based

  • Grounded in action

  • Intentionally designed

  • Outcome oriented

In the workshop, you'll work through a process designed to have you create a powerful vision for yourself and establish clear and well-defined goals that will have your life rock!

Scheduled workshops

Date 

Location 

 Status

 
March 26, 2016 Chicago, IL Register Now  
April 23, 2016 Oak Park, IL  Register Now  

Testimonials

Scott H., Business Owner: "I took “Life As a Project” because I recently started my own business and really wanted to go into the New Year Strong.  I thought it would be a good workshop to get clear on my goals and create a plan for action around them.  I got much more than I bargained for!  ... It’s only been a week since I took the workshop but, in that time, I have been more productive and – most importantly – seeing and creating opportunities that simply weren’t on my radar last week... "

Linda P., Food Scientist: "I really enjoyed Life as a Project. Goal-setting is something I would often avoid…not wanting to get “nailed down” by what I said, only to possibly “fail” later...Being grounded in my new beliefs, and inspired by my 8+ roles, I stepped into a job interview 2 days later and was offered the job that day! I highly recommend Life as a Project, and plan to do it annually now."

Matt P., Executive: "Jamie lead us through a thought-provoking process that was very insightful. This is a realistic approach to creating goals and putting them in action. I highly recommend the course for anyone who is serious about accomplishing their dreams in the near future. What are you waiting for?"