The Slow Life Project
Feel confident, and energised.
Live a life of meaning and purpose.
Ditch busy. Have TIME for fun!
Live the life you WANT to lead. Be the person you dream of being.
Here’s how I can help you feel more satisfied, confident and joyful.
The Slow Life Project Book
The Slow Life Project book is a self study program for reducing overwhelm, finding purpose and passion, and learning how to consistently show up as confident, enthusiastic and on-purpose.
Take your time, be your own boss.
Slow Life Speaking and Training
The Slow Life speaking and training events give you the opportunity to support and promote mental health and wellbeing at work.
Prevent burnout, motivate, improve communication, and more.
Support your team and business.
The Slow Life Courses
The Slow Life courses are all about action without overwhelm.
Pre-recorded content, exercises and email support.
Short term commitment, structured for success.
The Slow Life Project is for you if:
- You’d like to discover what truly lights up your life
- You want to gain more satisfaction from your life without having to take on anything extra
- You need help with how to make decisions, set goals and use motivational strategies to achieve true success
- You want to avoid mindset traps that can leave you unsatisfied, even when you’re living a great life
- You’d like to stop feeling overwhelmed
The Slow Life Project:
Turn busy into clarity of purpose and confidence of action.
Hi, I’m Lana
I’ve helped thousands of people reduce their stress and overwhelm, improve their confidence, and do what brings them joy.
I’m a natural action maker – great at taking the knowledge and experience I have and creating easy, actionable tools for you to use in your own life.
I’m also down to earth, super relaxed and friendly. Let’s have a bit of fun together while also sorting out the important stuff!
I’m 100% in it with you. Everything I recommend, I use myself in my own life. I know first hand what I teach works, and the rewards it brings.
What people are saying about The Slow Life Project Book
The Slow Life Project instantly appealed to me. As a chronically busy person, a slow life seems both desirable and unattainable. So, I am grateful that I received this book at a time that I had just enough of a lull to start reading it, and once I started reading it was something I wanted to make time for.
The way that the book is structured makes it easy to work though a little at a time. The exercises are not overwhelmingly complex but build on one another in a way that helped me to understand what it was that made me gravitate toward the idea of a slow life and to develop my ‘slow life map’ based on my own values and intrinsic needs.
In my work, I spend much of my time helping organisations to navigate change and firmly believe that successful change comes from each individual understanding not only what is changing, how it affects them and what they need to do, but WHY they need to change. The Slow Life Project gives more than just the tools of how to change, it helped me discover my ‘why’, and that is why along with my slow life map and Lana’s guidance on how to navigate a purposefully slower life using it give me confidence in developing my own pathway to ‘living a life with more meaning, authenticity and joy’.
The Slow Life Project should be required reading for anyone who craves a more meaningful, intentional life.
The Slow Life Project is a useful approach to living well. It provides a helpful framework that is easy to follow, plus explanations, guidance and further reading for those that want more.
The Slow Life Project would be particularly valuable for busy parents wanting to gain more clarity and focus for themselves and their family.
Recently, I’ve found myself having trouble coping emotionally with changes brought on by covid and other life events. At times, I’ve found myself rather down and even despairing.
I don’t like to talk to anyone about myself which has meant I’ve not sought help from a healthcare professional when sometimes I would have benefited from it.
In the privacy and safety of my own home, at my own pace, I’m very grateful to have had the opportunity to read “The Slow Life Project”. The book not only validates how I’m feeling and thinking, it also shows me that I’m not alone and also gives me tools on how to slowly work on these things myself. This is exactly what I needed as I can’t for the foreseeable future book in to talk to anyone, so this book means I’ve received help and guidance now, instead of continuing on as I was.