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This 12 week course is 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 )
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|Section 1: Getting Started|
Well done in making this investment in You! Here’s how to make the most of the Happenista Project.
Goals vs Intentions
At the start of any process you are always encouraged to set goals for yourself. After all if you dont know where you are going, how can you get there? I want to encourage you to set ‘intentions’ rather than goals at the start of this journey. Watch the video and then work through the Happenista Worksheet 1 in the resources section.
Happenistas use technology to accelerate their career. Technology comes in many forms: from social media, to blogging to photography and so much more. Our experts will educate you about how they use technology, and more importantly challenge you to find the medium that will help you get your message out in the world.
Not sure how technology can help? Imagine you have been in your role for a number of years of feel boxed in, perhaps you are being overlooked when promotion time comes, or feel that the only way to get the recognition you to deserve is to move company. Blogging can really help to share your thoughts, knowledge and experience with a wider audience, if you become a recognised expert or go to person in your sector, your company will have to listen, alternatively you’ll be headhunted by an organisation that recognises your worth!
Or maybe you run your own company and you’re excellent at what you do, but not enough people know about it. Consistent, authentic social media is a great way to extend the reach and awareness of your brand. The media and your clients need to be able to find you and social media can help with that.
Find out more in the video and then complete the Happenista Worksheet 2 in the resources section.
Yazmin is a London based writer, blogger and performer. Her work has featured on New York’s Elite Daily, LA’s HelloGiggles and she is a regular columnist for Amor Magazine UK. She runs and manages aliljoy.com, a collective blog which promotes positive thinking whilst tackling real life conundrums concerning love, life and society.
You can tweet her https://twitter.com/yazminjoy
Yazmin shares how she started her blog, what difference it has made for her, three top tips and she challenges you to get writing too. Watch the video and then complete Happenista Worksheet 3 in the resources section
Phil Richardson is a Photographer and Cinematographer, he creates photographs & films for businesses. In this unique video he shares how he has made photography his life and how it could help you too.
You can find out more about Phil at http://www.yellowmelen.co.uk/
Or connect with him via LinkedIn https://uk.linkedin.com/in/philrichardsonyellowmelen
Watch the video and the complete the worksheet in the resources section.
|Section 2: Month 2 - Accept Support and Give it Willingly|
I bet you’re great at giving support, helping others out, being a shoulder to cry on.
But what about when you need support, a contact, an introduction, how comfortable are you asking?
Do you deserve it, do you dare?
This month is all about asking for and giving support to others.
It sounds fundamental, but do you do it?
This videos introduces the topic, watch it and then complete Happenista Worksheet 5.
Sherry had so much to give, that her video is in two parts. You can watch the first part this week and the second in 2 videos time.
Sherry is founder of Women on the Crossroads http://www.womenonthecrossroads.com/
What did you think of what Sherry said?
Using Happenista Worksheet 6, we’re going to explore the role of feedback this week, as it had such a profound impact in Sherry’s life, other themes may have arisen for you, feel free to explore those too.
According to a recent study Professional Networking makes us feel ‘dirty’
It seems that when we engage in relationships that are self-serving, they don’t always align with us morally and we associate morality with cleanliness. So if we are engaging in activities that we see as immoral, they are dirty.
The key then is to work out how to network in a way that connects with our values and authenticity.
The fantastic Heather White from Smarter Networking, shares some tips to do just that.
You can find Heather on Twitter too https://twitter.com/HeathersNet
After you've watched the video, do complete that activities contained in Happenista Worksheet 7, you'll thank me.
This is the 2nd part of the interview with Sherry-Ann Dixon
If you like what she says, you can connect with her https://twitter.com/sherryadixon
This time we focus on “Giving”
Do watch and then complete Happenista Worksheet 8.
|Section 3: Month 3 - Nurturing An Attitude of Gratitude|
This month we’re nurturing an attitude of gratitude.
Gratitude is an essential ingredient of happiness, something we all want, so definitely worth focussing on.
You'll love my top tips.
Do complete Happenista Worksheet 9, to put the ideas shared in the video into action.
Dionne is the founder of a fantastic facebook group called Six Degrees of Inspiration https://www.facebook.com/groups/113934328744505/
She is a career and transition coach, you can contact her via the links below
Watch her video and then read Happenista Worksheet 10 for this week's challenge.
Tony J Selimi – How Gratitude can open doors for you
Tony is internationally renowned Elite Life & Business Success Coach, Mentor, Speaker and the Author of the best-selling book “A Path to Wisdom: How to live a healthy, balanced and peaceful life.”
Watch his video and then read Happenista Worksheet 11 for this weeks challenge.
Nthatu Allen is founder of Yoga Inspires http://yogainspires.co.uk/
Tweet her https://twitter.com/yogainspiresyou
How have you found your month of gratitude?
It’s not easy to be grateful all the time is it.
I like Nthatu’s approach, which brings you back to being calm, centred and grateful when you veer off the path.
After you watched the video, do refer to Happenista Worksheet 12 to see how you can implement strategies to bring yourself back to calm.
Completion of Happenista Project Step 1
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’