A new coaching programme, Go Do Life, is launching in January at a time when many people reflect and look to make life changes.
Go Do Life is a new venture developed by the highly successful team behind Entrepreneurial Spark, the organisation which has coached over 2000 start-up and emerging businesses in the UK by focusing on developing the entrepreneur’s mindset. They are now taking the tools and methods that have been so effective with entrepreneurs to a wider audience, helping people achieve extraordinary goals by expanding their thinking and changing their behaviours.
As Joe Trodden, Go Do Life’s Programme Director explained:
“Go Do Life is aimed at individuals who want to gain more from life, make important changes and live up to their true, exciting potential. We know individuals are capable of superhuman impact but to do this they need to raise their levels of thinking about who they are and what they can achieve.”
“Go Do Life focuses on personal development and challenges the perceptions of what people are capable of. It is designed for anyone looking to move their lives in a more fulfilling direction, whether that is a career change or accelerating their development on their current path”
The first GoDo Life cohort is being run in Birmingham from March and will take 15 participants on a 90-day Life Accelerator programme that includes personalised coaching, mastermind groups for support and regular reflective tasks.
The programme runs three months and costs £500. It will be limited to 45 people across three scheduled 90 day courses taking place this year. The sessions take place in the evenings so that it fits around existing work commitments.
Before its launch, the Go Do Life programme has run an initial trial in Birmingham with the participants achieving outstanding success in realising what they want and taking steps to implement change.
Mark Bremner, a business owner , who has participated in the programme said;
“I have benefitted enormously from being mentored one to one and as part of a proactive thought group, sharing weaknesses, addressing them, learning and growing. Joe talks a lot about purpose and together we have amended my purpose, which filters down to my family, my team and my clients. Go Do Life has given me a clearer perspective and vision. My only regret is that I didn’t do this 20 years ago.”
For more details on the programme and how to join, please visit www.godolife.co.uk.
The website has details of how you can attend an introductory session being held on Saturday 10 February at The Studio, 7 Cannon St in Birmingham