High Achievers92% of High Achievers are unhappy. Are you one of them?

High achievers are a breed of people who are driven and restless about attaining success. They seem to focus their energies primarily towards setting goals and achieving them. Many of them realize too late in life that they traded their values for peak performance and status in society. They tend to weigh standard of living metrics higher that their quality of life metrics.

 

The Judgment Quotient workshop guides participants to discover their values and derive their goals from them. It promotes a mindset that increases an individual’s basic judgment and productivity skills. Some of the most visible and immediate positive results of enhanced personal awareness is the increased empathy and compassion for other human beings.

 

The ChoiceLadder provides avenues to practice and cultivate habits that will elevate the quality of choice-making at every level of the organization. The workshops go beyond traditional job skills and procedures, thus increasing job satisfaction, enhancing efficiency and propelling organizations to new levels of success.

 

Whether you are an emerging leader, athlete, entrepreneur, front-line worker, parent or student, it is easy for a high achiever to feel lost in today’s fast-paced world. While individuals pay more attention and often are consumed by major, consequential decisions, they tend to overlook the daily choices that play an integral part in their overall success in life.

 

We recognize that entrepreneurs, leaders and high-achievers are people who have committed to take risks in pursuit of a better life. It is easy to focus more on aspects that address their standard of living, only to realize realize much later that what they really wanted all along was a better quality of life.

 

In our workshops, performance enthusiasts are given the skills necessary to become more effective in every area of their lives: work, relationships, family and self.

 

The workshops will invite participants to engage actively and provide ample room for reflection.
  • To identify or revisit their core values and become aware of their beliefs and conditioning
  • To establish or reevaluate goals and verify their alignment with identified values
  • To measure their performance in each of their Life Spaces against their respective priorities
  • To illuminate the invisible drivers of influence, making them visible
  • To start living 2 Days at a Time that guarantees growth
  • To chart their own MAP™ — My Action Plan to implement new ideas in their lives.

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