The Lifelong Project
Presented by Joseph Phillips
What if you treated the next year of your life like a project? That's a question I asked myself years ago and nothing has been the same for me since. No, your life is not a project, but you can use the principles of project management to make your life richer, energetic, and full of joy. In project management there must be a purpose to launch a project. Is your life so different? All projects begin with a vision: a mental image of how the current status can be changed into some distant future status. Do you have a vision for your life? What characteristics of your life need improvement, removal, or addition? What are you looking to create?
If you're not happy I can empathize: a few years ago, at one of the lowest points in my life, I was buried in debt, lonely, worried, living in the past, and just miserable, miserable, miserable. I realized that this was not the end - it was my start. I asked what tools, what characteristics, and what skills do I have to leverage to get out, get on, and move forward? I identified the constraints that were holding me back. I identified the challenges waiting for me. I wrote my own requirements that I needed in my life - and then I created a plan to get from there to here.
The Lifelong Project is a presentation I've delivered to audiences throughout the United States and in Europe. I've served as a keynote speaker, coached individuals, and led single-day workshops to help others to set and achieve goals using the proven principles of project management. I look forward to seeing you in April!
Register now - ten people will receive a free copy of my book, The Lifelong Project!
April 20, 2015
Sheraton Jacksonville Hotel,10605 Deerwood Park Boulevard Jacksonville, FL 32256
- 5:15 - 6:00 - Registration & Networking
(Online registration closes 12n April 19. "Speaker Only" registration available at the door)
- 6:00 - 6:05 - Opening comments & Introductions
- 6:05 - 7:00 - Joseph Phillips, Session I
- 7:00 - 7:30 - Dinner
- 7:30 - 8:30 - Joseph Phillips, Session II
- 8:30 - 8:40 - Closing comments