Transforming Lives Delivering Results

Individual Programmes

While many goal setting and planning programs focus strictly on work/life balance, we know our lives are much more layered with many roles to balance including family member, spouse, employee, business owner, artist, athlete, and volunteer to name just a few. Not only are your roles critical to success, so are your values such as creativity, honesty, generosity, communication, or innovation. By including ALL the important parts of your life, as well as identifying resources you already have at your disposal, the Best Year Yet® Live Your Life program provides an indispensable tool for creating a sustainable balance in your life without sacrificing critical areas of your being in the process.


Business Programmes

Are you ready to move your business forward, but can’t seem to get the traction you need? Does you team put together great strategic plans only to have the goals fall to the wayside over the course of the year? Are you looking for better ways to leverage the talents, skills and knowledge of the people in your organization? If you answered yes to any of the above, you are ready for your Best Year Yet®!

The difference is astounding and the results speak for themselves. Best Year Yet® helps businesses and organizations transform their cultures into vibrant, interactive and successful groups working toward a common goal, one that gets the desired results and more, year after year.

With clients including Wells Fargo, City of Aspen, Barclays, Kellogg’s, BNI, U.S. Air Force, Ascend, Zurich, Norwich Union, Telus, Royal Bank of Scotland, Unilever, Cisco, Standard Parking and hundreds of others, Best Year Yet® has changed the course of business around the world, bringing results and a sustainable program that businesses and organizations of all sizes can count on to keep them on track and producing results that matter.

While anyone can set goals and make plans, what matter are the results. The proven Best Year Yet® system has moved beyond goal-setting, bringing the often-absent concepts of accountability, collaboration, focus, and learning from the past into the process from beginning to end.