PowerUp Yearbook - 4th Edition - Planner, Productivity Journal, Goal and Habit Tracker (2021)

PowerUp Yearbook - 4th Edition - Planner, Productivity Journal, Goal and Habit Tracker (2021)

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A Proven Model To #PowerUp Your Life by Liza Wisner

This PowerUp yearbook is meant as a companion to the popular PowerUp Your Life Workshops. It is all about helping you achieve your most important goals and serve in your most passionate roles.

Power Up is from the Latin “potentia sursum”. It literally means “super potential”. This yearbook will take a big picture look at the 9 (+1!) modules, starting with an overview of ancient wisdom plus modern science, utilizing practical tools to live your best life.
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This PowerUp yearbook is meant as a companion to the popular PowerUp Your Life Workshops. It is all about helping you achieve your most important goals and serve in your most passionate roles.

Power Up is from the Latin “potentia sursum”. It literally means “super potential”. This yearbook will take a big picture look at the 9 (+1!) modules, starting with an overview of ancient wisdom plus modern science, utilizing practical tools to live your best life.

This yearbook will help to take you on a journey through the steps necessary to PowerUp Your Life. The main goal is to give you worksheets as tools to help you discover and uncover what may be supporting or stopping you from being the best version of yourself.

This yearbook is divided into three main sections, with each section representing a different step in the process of powering up your life. The sections together are known as the ‘PowerUp Delta.’ The PowerUp Delta is further divided into PowerUp Building Blocks that will guide you in your heroic quest to live your best life. Each worksheet has exercises to help you accomplish your goals.

The entire yearbook is in black and white to encourage you to make it your own. When you add color to the worksheets you direct the attention on the page because stronger colors draw attention. When you begin with black and white pages, we may each look at the same worksheet and be drawn to a different place of impact depending on where our thought process is. Use colored pens, pencils, markers, paints, adding doodles, sticking pictures, and journal your thoughts and feelings in every corner to make it your own.

The back pages of this yearbook are dedicated to bullet journaling. In each worksheet, if you find you need more space to connect with the building block prescribed, simply flip to the back pages and continue documenting your thoughts and plans.

 

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