The Mancave Mastermind Online Program is a self-study program consisting of videos, downloadable worksheets and templates and self-assessments. It focuses on personal growth and development to help you become more self-aware, want to be more purpose-driven, you’re looking to have more effective relationships, want to be a better partner, father and leader and want to be in control of your own personal growth and development. The topics and practical tools covered in this program will equip you to:
understand your 'why' behind your goals and how to achieve them
build effective personal and work relationships
be a good leader and mentor at home and in the workplace
successfully manage conflict and stress
communication and effective feedback skills
get clarity on where you want to go in life and how to get there
have a healthy work/life balance
See how the Mancave Mastermind Program has helped these men in both their personal and professional lives:
Here's A Sneak Peek Inside...
- Increased self-awareness and development
- Increased knowledge and insights
- Support through one-on-one online sessions
- Lifetime membership to the Mancave Mastermind Program.
- Access to all course elements.
- Bonus free resources
Online Program Costs:
- R1950.00 Once off for self-study online
So, are you ready to take charge of your future and where you want to go? Then sign up for the Mancave Mastermind Program and get immediate access to your course today.
Relationship Expert, Tedx Speaker and author of Embracing Conflict and Embracing No
I work with individuals and organisations to cultivate healthy relationships at home and in the workplace by focusing on personal growth and development. I am a certified Imago Relationship Therapy Educator and Facilitator, NLP Practitioner, PDA Analyst, Coach and Trainer. I have over 16yrs corporate experience having worked at organisations such as Standard Bank, Nedbank and KFC. I have consulted to ‘Married at First Sight‘ SA TV show, am an international speaker and author and regularly appear in the media
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