How It Works

Use a project framework to:

  • create laser-like focus on exactly what you want in fitness, relationships and at work,
  • re-invent yourself, your lifestyle, and your work life to powerfully support getting and sustaining those results,
  • devise workable action plans to deliver the results, and
  • master the skills necessary to build and sustain the results.

The Framework

3 Phases and 9 P’s of Transformation:

  1. Plan your Purpose.
    1. Power
      1. Give yourself permission,
      2. Create a dashboard,
      3. Prepare to have fun,
      4. Reveal your written and unwritten, formal and informal policies. Rewrite those that hinder success.
    2. Purpose – Clarify your purpose.
  2. Plot your Path.
    1. Product – Define measurable outcomes.
    2. People – Name your stakeholders. See how they will help or hinder you. Create your team and a plan to manage it.
    3. Places – Name your environments. See how they will help or hinder you. Create a plan to manage your environment.
    4. Plans – Define actions that will move people and places to support success in your initiative.
  3. Perform and Produce.
    1. Practice – Execute plans. Take actions. Assess results. Modify plans. Repeat.
    2. Perform – See measurable progress. Measure it. Celebrate! 
    3. Produce – Experience meaningful, lasting results. Enjoy. Repeat!

Foundation Principles

The framework enables anyone to quickly learn, use, and personalize fundamentals of sustainable change from:

  • Management of Innovation: apply tools used by successful innovators to accelerate change, fail small and fast, and create a system that reinforces continuous improvement.
  • Agile Product Development: define desired outcomes and goals, then iterate to find an optimal path.
  • Strategic Intervention Coaching: practical and effective forms of strategic action and communication from a variety of disciplines, including psychology, neurolinguistics, strategy, diplomacy, negotiation, and others.
  • Neuroscience: learn some biological bases of human thought and behavior, and how to apply them to your advantage.
  • Ontology and Phenomenology: see where your interpretation of reality is not based on facts, and rewire your world view where it’s been holding you back.

But Dylan, Will It Work For Me?