Your own Vision Board 

1 Day Self Drive 

Virtual Retreat 

Coupon Code: MY GIFT 100

Your own Vision Board 

1 Day Self Drive

Virtual Retreat

Coupon Code: MY GIFT 100

A one day Virtual Retreat to Discover, Reframe, Reset and Plan, with Expert Guidance and Creative Exploration!

Here You Will:

Use your Core Values

Walk through the process of …

  • identifying your highest values,
  • what is not working in your life anymore,
  • learn what is escaping your attention
  • and what you need to bring in.

Find Your Higher Potential

You will…

  • identify and neutralize the hidden triggers that keeps you from achieving your own best life
  • set achievable goals
  • and find out how to best do it 

Sort Your Life

  • We will be accountability buddies, because we will do it together
  • You will be talked through every section, with support on hand, with enough breaks, and rewardng ourselves with creative fun at the end

Hi and Welcome!

Our biggest lessons come when we get out of our Hamster Wheel, take a decent pause, and ask ourselves the right questions. Seldom in our lifetime have we had as many eye-opening opportunities as during the last year! And now is the time to use our routine disruption to our best advantage!

The road I am is not something I planned. I was very happy living my life as an artist, thinking I am using all my talents well. Then my relationship fell apart, I was forced to find better tools and outlooks, and I made drastic changes in my life. And here I am, 12 years later, with a new appreciation for myself, a great relationship, a bestseller book, so many clients and group members who changed their lives spectacularly, and a whole new exciting career as an international online coachelor… who knew! 

None of it I could foresee, but I did have to learn to handle the new opportunities, incorporate new ways of doing things, and do it mindfully so that I was designing a life that would be a unique fit for me.

Often it was not easy, even though it was unavoidable, and I had to deeply examine my life at every new turn. Sometimes I resisted. I had to let go of things that was hard to let go off… until I did! Mostly I had to find ways to incorporate my new life meaningfully and to do it my way.

The tips, tools and support I lacked is all inside this awesome One Day Retreat for YOU, so that it is not as hard for you. I want you to be fully supported, with accountability partners!

So reach out, connect and join me today, as your new life is waiting!

With much love


Louise VN Liebenberg

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