Are you feeling stuck, overwhelmed or keep on procrastinating? Imagine if you actually achieved what you always wanted. Launched that business, wrote that novel, made that career change, lived a bigger life – how amazing would that be?
A proven ‘Lifeworking™’ concept that combines networking and personal development is helping women across the globe reach their goals, follow their dreams and make their life work.
DrivenWoman’s unique ‘Lifeworking’ methodology with goal driven exercises will help you find clarity, increase awareness on what you actually want and set actionable goals. This workshop is for people who are ready to make big life changes happen. Attendees are encouraged to dream big, but more importantly to take practical steps to make those dreams a reality.
Lifeworking workshop is a 45 mins experiental group session where you will:
– Articulate how you want to live – what does your ‘bigger life’ look like?
– Share and hear stories of other like-minded women. Be inspired by the stories of other participants and notice that the obstacles you thought were unique to you are universal to most women.
The really powerful thing about going through the shared experience of ‘LifeWorking’ is that it impacts directly on your positivity and belief in your own potential. Instead of the sense of isolation you may have felt before, you will be inspired by the stories of other participants and will soon notice that the obstacles you thought were unique to you are universal to most women.
“The Lifeworking exercises are on topics that require introspection in ourselves and what we really want out of life. You don’t normally think about these things. So having these exercises that help you to look at yourself and start making changes that will help you to reach your goals is very useful.” Victoria Von Stein, London, UK
“The Lifeworking exercises have been massively helpful for my self discovery, empowering me to believe in my life vision and gain clarity and focus to take the next steps.” Elizabeth De Angelis, Sydney, Australia