Your personal path to success
Tap into your psychology to understand your priorities and plan for success.
We've created these personas based on the framework created by Carl Jung and used for personality tests such as Myers-Briggs. The purpose is to provide a simple framework to better understand your personality so that we can create the right plan for you.
The personas are created from categories that exist along a spectrum. It is possible to exhibit traits from multiple personas, especially depending on the situation. These traits help you understand how you respond best to different approaches so that we can create the best plan for you.
For example, both Heros and Rebels like to aim high. However, Heros like structure whereas Rebels will rebel (too easy) against too much structure. This means that we have to use different approaches for these personas to achieve their goals.
You like setting big goals, creating a plan, and seeing your progress as you reach new heights.
You like setting big goals and seeing your progress. You need freedom to achieve your goals effectively.
You prioritise experience and enjoy having the freedom to achieve your goals however it feels right.
You aim high, love the journey, and work best with freedom.
Everything is better together. Sharing the experience is what inspires you.
You're a purposeful actor who thrives on systematically achieving your goals.
You like to go big. From thinking about the big picture to chasing big goals, you like to push the envelope. You are at your best when you’re pushing yourself to do more. When things are going well this is a major asset. However, it can also become a weakness. You can get frustrated, bored, or just stop paying attention if you don’t feel like you’re chasing something big.
Your key to success is to set the right combination of mindset and goals. You should focus on the journey and the benefits that come with long-term consistency (you’ll achieve more because you have more energy, etc). It is important for you to give yourself big goals. You can combine these by setting a goal like: Set a new personal best for consecutive days being active for at least xx minutes. And give yourself small goals to achieve along the way. Get up early one day a week to get your activity in. Not everybody can get up at 5am!
You like to go big. From thinking about the big picture to chasing big goals, you like to push the envelope. You’ve got a motor and you like to use it. You need a level of flexibility built into your plans or you risk rebelling.
Your key to success is to set the right plan- one that provides enough structure (and goals) that you are consistent, but flexible enough for you to express yourself. Your plan should looking something like:
3x morning workouts
3x gym sessions
You like to take a purposeful approach to your work. You appreciate having balance as you work towards your goals. Flexibility is a key part of what helps you succeed. You’ll accomplish your goal; it might just be in a completely different way than planned.
You should balanced goals and build in flexibility to account for fun pivots you’ll make. Just make sure you’re being consistent in hitting your weekly/monthly goals.
You like to set and achieve big goals. However, it is important for you to enjoy the experience at the same time. You don’t want to let your goals overwhelm enjoying the better things in life. There’s a time to go hard and a time to relax. This means you need some freedom to achieve your goals.
Your key to success to hold yourself accountable so that you find consistency over the long-term. It is also important to include “quality of life” goals into your plan. Days off or doing something completely different will go a long way to keeping you fresh. You will also want to build in flexibility into your plan. Something like:
2x night workouts
Explore a new park (on a walk, hike, run) once a week
You like to take a purposeful approach to your work. You appreciate having balance as you work towards your goals. Structure is a key part of what helps you succeed.
You should set balanced goals- some realistic and some small reaches and set a clear plan to accomplish them. Focus on the long-term and o building consistency.