This program is a two-day, live-in immersive Personal Development experience for people who are genuinely ready to change their lives or part thereof. It has been developed for those in need of real-world strategies, practical transformation techniques, clarity and a little (or a lot of) motivation, without the psycho-babble, scientific jargon or fluffy feel-good bullshit. The program commences Friday 7pm, concludes Sunday 3pm, includes accommodation and meals and is a combination of interactive workshop sessions, Q and A forums, lectures, physical activity sessions (catering for fitness levels from zero to ten) and is facilitated by Craig Harper. It’s also lots of fun.
Outcomes and Objectives
The key objective of the program is to educate, motivate and empower participants to identify, design, create and inhabit their ideal reality. To consciously build their best lives. While reality is often seen as a universal and common experience (we all inhabit one), on many levels it is unique and personal; which is why two people in the same place at the same time, going through what appears to be the same thing, will invariably be having very different experiences. Although our personal reality is influenced and affected by the goings-on of our external world, on an experiential level, it is created (consciously or not, intentionally or not, for better or worse)… by us. By the completion of the program, it is expected that participants will have a different level of awareness, insight and understanding of self-management and self-empowerment on a physical, mental, emotional and sociological level.
This year’s camp will focus five key areas: (1) self-management (2) over-coming hurdles (mental, emotional, physical, practical) (3) understanding, exploring and developing potential (4) understanding and dealing with stress and anxiety and (5) creating a personal blueprint for your body (physical health).
Who will most Benefit from this Program?
While this program will be of value to most people, it is particularly relevant for people who:
- Struggle to face their fears.
- Fail to follow through on decisions.
- Have wasted too much time and potential.
Are over-thinkers and under-doers.
- Need to learn how to create healthy relationships (with others and themselves).
- Have a history of ‘almost’ changing things.
- Need a cognitive and emotional (thinking, beliefs, self-talk, self-esteem) overhaul.
- Need to let go of destructive habits and behaviours.
- Are prone to self-sabotage.
- Want to gain clarity, perspective and certainty about their next 1, 2, 5 years.
- Need to build resilience, personal power and confidence.
- Are genuinely ready to step out of the theory of change and into the real-world practical, messy, sometimes-fun, sometimes-not, process of transforming their life.
I understand that, for some people, even the thought of getting involved in a program like this can be scary. I get it. To you people I say, you will be one of many apprehensive people and that’s okay. Part of the growth experience is simply turning up and being willing to do something different, with different people in a different place.
Date: Friday 11 – Sunday 13 September 2020
Venue: Camp Manyung, Sunnyside Road, Mount Eliza (an awesome venue located 300 metres from Port Phillip Bay).
Price: $695.00 (this price includes meals, accommodation and program (crazy, I know!)).
It’s not a sale’s pitch or marketing strategy when I say that fully-catered, live-in personal development programs like this generally cost somewhere in the vicinity of $1,500-$2,000. So, with that in mind, I have worked hard to offer a premium program at a very (very) affordable price.
Why Camp Manyung?
Well, apart from the fact that it’s awesome, I wanted to find a facility that would be cost-effective (most corporate-type venues would more than double the program price), well-equipped, near the beach and would allow me to coach, teach and facilitate in a fun and laid-back type of atmosphere and environment. If you need big fluffy pillows, room service and five-star luxury then (1) you might not want to come but (2) you probably should!No, we’re not staying at the Mirage and no, there won’t be room service, chocolates on your pillow (unless you BYO) or a big screen TV. Okay, any TV. Having said that, I’ve stayed at Camp Manyung before and I love it. But then, I love thongs, flannel shirts, camo shorts and all-things low tech. Yes, it is a camp facility and with that comes shared rooms, bunk beds, shared bathrooms and school flashbacks. Without the wedgies.