Global Company ‘Lifebook’ Moves to Enter Local Markets

Alt Title: Reimagine Your Life In A Recovering Wales

If you follow the world of personal development, you may well have encountered an online program called “Lifebook.” It has many thousands of practitioners around the globe whose lives have been transformed by the clarity and depth of its framework. Lifebook began more than a decade ago with a product that was a very high-end and very intensive in-person personal development workshop. The company’s next step led to Lifebook Online, promoted on the innovative educational platform of Mindvalley, which allowed tens of thousands of people to participate in a process that had heretofore been beyond the financial reach of all but the most elite.

It might seem that there is already a glut of personal development programs available, whether as podcast series, blogposts, online courses or, more rare at the moment, in person programs. What distinguishes Lifebook from these programs is that Lifebook is not focused on just one or two areas of life, but on helping people develop a system for themselves that reflects their own beliefs about themselves and the world. The wider Lifebook community – now numbering in the tens of thousands – then provides a network for making choices and finding support for the more specific ways members focus present and future efforts to move their lives in the direction they have carefully charted for themselves.

In order to make this program more broadly accessible, the company has designated a core set of two hundred leaders around the globe to bring the program to local markets. This involves a blended premium approach, making use of online videos, group sessions, and one-to-one coaching sessions. For the South Wales region, Swansea resident David Harper has been tapped to guide clients through the program.

As an IT and Accountancy Professional, David found himself dissatisfied with the idea of spending life living in a box, staring at a computer screen. The death of his father in 2018 kickstarted a need for change in his life, and he quit the office environment for good making the switch to community focussed projects, initially as a volunteer at Dharmavajra Buddhist Centre as treasurer and centre manager, then in a new role providing housing services with Swansea Council.

“I love the work I do with Swansea Council,” David says, “but lockdown in 2010 for me was a pivotal time, where I felt I had no clear future or idea what was going to happen. Seeing the community around me coming together to help each other, I wanted to develop my community skills even deeper,” says David, “and through researching opportunities to make a difference I responded to an advert to build my Lifebook.”

David adds, “Lifebook gave me a framework for aligning twelve key categories of my life to create a life vision. The effect is incredibly powerful, and I have clarified my thinking and identified key strategies and behaviours I need to achieve my carefully honed vision.”

This has been such a powerful, mindful motivator through lockdown that I want to help others in South Wales find this clarity in their lives and serve as guides and mentors helping people write their own Lifebooks. To help others come through this pandemic with greater purpose and vision would be an honour for me, and a whole lot of fun as we develop important community resilience.”

Launch dates for the inaugural six-week program have been coordinated globally starting the week of June 21 and running through early July. For more information, you can reach David Harper (MCMA) by email at or by visiting www.newlife.ninja/lifebook-premium


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If you follow the world of personal development, you may well have encountered an online program called “Lifebook.” It has many thousands of practitioners around the globe whose lives have been transformed by the clarity and depth of its framework. Lifebook began more than a decade ago with a product that was a very high-end and very intensive in-person personal development workshop. The company’s next step led to Lifebook Online, promoted on the innovative educational platform of Mindvalley, which allowed tens of thousands of people to participate in a process that had heretofore been beyond the financial reach of all but the most elite.

It might seem that there is already a glut of personal development programs available, whether as podcast series, blogposts, online courses or, more rare at the moment, in person programs. What distinguishes Lifebook from these programs is that Lifebook is not focused on just one or two areas of life, but on helping people develop a system for themselves that reflects their own beliefs about themselves and the world. The wider Lifebook community – now numbering in the tens of thousands – then provides a network for making choices and finding support for the more specific ways members focus present and future efforts to move their lives in the direction they have carefully charted for themselves.

In order to make this program more broadly accessible, the company has designated a core set of two hundred leaders around the globe to bring the program to local markets. This involves a blended premium approach, making use of online videos, group sessions, and one-to-one coaching sessions. For the South Wales region, Swansea resident David Harper has been tapped to guide clients through the program.

As an IT and Accountancy Professional, David found himself dissatisfied with the idea of spending life living in a box, staring at a computer screen. The death of his father in 2018 kickstarted a need for change in his life, and he quit the office environment for good making the switch to community focussed projects, initially as a volunteer at Dharmavajra Buddhist Centre as treasurer and centre manager, then in a new role providing housing services with Swansea Council.

“I love the work I do with Swansea Council,” David says, “but lockdown in 2010 for me was a pivotal time, where I felt I had no clear future or idea what was going to happen. Seeing the community around me coming together to help each other, I wanted to develop my community skills even deeper,” says David, “and through researching opportunities to make a difference I responded to an advert to build my Lifebook.”

David adds, “Lifebook gave me a framework for aligning twelve key categories of my life to create a life vision. The effect is incredibly powerful, and I have clarified my thinking and identified key strategies and behaviours I need to achieve my carefully honed vision.”

“This has been such a powerful, mindful motivator through lockdown that I want to help others in South Wales find this clarity in their lives and serve as guides and mentors helping people write their own Lifebooks. To help others come through this pandemic with greater purpose and vision would be an honour for me, and a whole lot of fun as we develop important community resilience.”

Launch dates for the inaugural six-week program have been coordinated globally starting the week of June 21 and running through early July. For more information, you can reach David Harper (MCMA) by email at or by visiting www.newlife.ninja/lifebook-premium