By all accounts, you’ve made it. After years of hard work and focus, you’ve achieved the career and personal success you’ve always dreamed of. You feel good about yourself, you have strong relationships, and you have all the trappings of a successful life. And yet, something’s missing.
For many people like you, that missing ingredient is self-actualization. What you’re lacking is the realization of your full potential, whether that be expressing your creativity, finding spiritual enlightenment, pursuing knowledge or making a positive impact on the world.
But reaching the lofty goal of self-actualization is no easy task. Where does the road to self-exploration begin? What are the steps to discovering our true selves? And what might we lose in the process?
John Coyle is the ideal person to guide you on your journey to self-actualization. John uses his expertise in innovation and design thinking to attack life’s biggest questions. He’s discovered that the key to unlocking human potential is to maximize our strengths rather than fixing our weaknesses, increasing our personal resilience, and expanding our time by creating more meaningful experiences. His program includes science-backed data, real-life stories, introspective self-analysis, and personal roadmap planning and development.
John is the author of “Design for Strengths: Applying Design Thinking to Individual and Team Strengths” and “The Art of Really Living Manifesto.” He’s taught courses on innovation at Marquette University and the CEDIM design school, presented at TEDx, worked with Fortune 500 companies on how to apply design thinking, and provided commentary and analysis for NBC sports. John won a silver medal in speed skating at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway. He is a graduate of Stanford University’s d.school and earned his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
The courses in this series include:
- Design a Strengths-Focused Life
- Create a Stress-Resistant Life
- How to Expand Time and Live a Full Life