This 12 week course is the second of three courses, for women who want to craft the life they've dreamed of, their way. Weekly video interviews with experts, worksheets, secret online group and monthly video call, challenge you to step out of your comfort zone and take action.
Developed by Award Winning Coach, Jenny Garrett through years of personally coaching hundreds of women, her extensive research with thousands of women and intuitive sense of what works.
The Happenista Project is your unique opportunity to receive an entire year’s worth of know-how covering a solid plan of online and offline strategies, handed to you in easy-to-implement VIDEO lessons.
You’ll learn the most up-to-date, proven strategies, tools, and tactics to help you achieve and surpass what you thought possible for your life. Unlocking your passions, dreams and purpose to make things happen for you.
The Happenista was created for busy women—designed to help you grow and develop personally and professionally in as little as 10 minutes a day.
The Happenista Project hones these Happenista Habits, proven habits that help women achieve their goals (from research of 2700 women in association with Nivea skincare brand )
I am excited about this month, it’s when you really start to challenge yourself on the Happenista Project It’s gonna be one of hell of a ride, so buckle up.
I reference Brene Brown in my video, she is one of my sheroes. Her talk on the power of vulnerability is spot on
The only thing that will get in the way of you punching above your weight is YOU. So see WorkSheet B1 for some tips on how to avoid self-sabotage.
Yang-May Ooi is a creative artist whose work explores the transformational power of personal narrative.
Her bestselling novel The Flame Tree outranked Ken Follet in the Malaysian bestseller charts.
She is an award-winning speaker whose TEDx talk Rebel Heart was described as “one of the best and most moving talks at a TEDx event”.
Her solo story performance inspired by stories from her life and family, Bound Feet Blues, showcased in London’s West End in Oct 2014 to 4+ Star reviews – “a truly fantastic performance” and “a powerful and empowering piece”.
She also mentors creatives and others to discover their authentic confidence and grow as collaborative leaders.‘To Be a Woman is Fantastic Just as You Are’ says Yang-May, watch her inspiring video
and then complete her challenge in worksheet B2.
James Adeleke talks about Overcoming Obstacles
James Adeleke is Managing Director and Founder of Generation Success. He recently graduated from BPP University. Before joining BPP James spent 4 years as a Business Development Executive where he lead the companies innovation into cashless parking and expansion into Northern Ireland. He says “We are limited by the boundaries of our mind, hence am always trying to expand my boundaries”. ” I am passionate about making long lasting change, at the core the focus is food poverty and social mobility. ”
After you've watched the video, do check out worksheet B3 and complete the challenge.
In this TED Talk, Olympia Le Point shares 3 steps to re-programme your brain to reject fear.
We then put her tips and some others straight into action, you'll never look at fear the same way again
Lea Sellers and Rosalind Adler share their insights on overcoming imposter syndrome this weekThese resources really help you get to grips with that nagging feeling that you'll be 'found it' and step into feeling thst you deserve every ounce of success that you get.
Clare Eluka is Founder of Premae SkinCare, the first ‘free from’ beauty range
Clare describes herself as Fearless, I don’t think many people can say that.
I am sure she has had to do quite a lot of work on herself in order to get to that place.
She has challenged you to help another woman, but I am guessing you may be already doing that as part of the Happenista Project.
If you’re not, start now. If you are, I think that now might be the time to start thinking about not just helping, but also collaborating.
Watch her video and rise to the challenge of being a Happenista by completing worksheet B6
Judy Goldberg is founder of Wondershift, she previously held senior executive roles at the Discovery Channel and Sony PicturesIn her video she shares how she conquered the fear of leaving the corporate world for her own entrepreneurial journey.
Enjoy her great tips and then take up the challenge by completing worksheet B7
The focus of this month is YOU.
Not looking after yourself is a selfish act, because those who are relying on you won’t have you around if you don’t do it.
If it doesn’t come naturally to put yourself first, this month will teach you how.
If it does come naturally, just enjoy.
Please watch the video for an introduction
1. Schedule in time for You
2. Brainstorm some indulgent things you could do in your scheduled time
3. Choose one, and let us know what it is and when you are going to do it on the forum.
4. You can also complete the attached Self- Care assessment which helps you consider your well-being from 6 different perspectives.
In the first of three videos from Tim Bean of The Institute of Physique Management
Tim shares compelling information on why we must look after ourselves.
Tim is full of advice on Self Care
Do you agree that women are predisposed not to care for themselves?
Jackee Holder is a Coach, author and creator of paper therapy. Jackee’s focus is on Emotional Self Care, by that I mean:
Enjoy the video and then continue to develop your self care habits through the worksheet B9
This time, in two further videos, Tim helps us consider:
Our final video from Tim, helping us to consider:
Awarded APCTC Women’s Coach of the Year 2014, Jenny is a sought after executive coach, author of Rocking Your Role, the how to guide to success for female breadwinners, speaker, and founder of Reflexion Associates leadership consultancy and Rocking Ur Teens CIC
Jenny has reached an audience of over 30,000 through her speaking engagements and coached individuals all over the globe from Australia, to Botswana, the US, Spain and the UK, with over 3000 coaching hours under her belt.
She recently worked to analyse research with the Nivea skincare #BringItOn campaign and was a judge on the Stylist #BringItOn30 competition. As a result launching the #HappenistaProject
She has been a guest on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, featured in Magic FM’s Book Club and been quoted and written articles for numerous publications, most recently quoted on the front page of TheTelegraph on the rise of stay at home fathers being fuelled by the growth of female breadwinners
Jenny was honoured to be listed in LinkedIn UK’s Top 10 Power Women 2013, she is Vice Chair of the TwentyTen Club, an Advisory Board member Generation Success.
Jenny’s work is characterised by having, depth, personalisation and meaning, or some would say ‘soul’. See her videos, Would you follow you? And the trailer for her book ‘Rocking Your Role’