The Live More Project

Are you ready to give your health and happiness a boost?

The Live More Project brings together scientifically-proven strategies from Neuroscience, Psychology and Lifestyle Medicine into a fun, experiential and life-enhancing program. Developed and presented by Dr Darren Morton, the Live More Project is helping people improve their health and happiness around the world.

How does it work?

More than 15 years in the making, the Live More Project is changing lives around the world. Participate with an online group and journey together, which is an important aspect of the program's success.

Once a week you will watch a short presentation that outlines your activites for the week and the science behind them. You can connect to the program, and to your fellow group members, on any web-enabled digital device.

Throughout the week, perform daily challenges which you log in your digital journal and share with your group. This enables you to learn from each other as you share and discuss your challenges.

Before and after the ten week program, you will complete the 7 Dimensions of Wellness questionnaire, which maps your wellness indicators through the program. On completion, you will be able to objectively qualify any improvements in health and happiness.

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Participate either through the digital plan format (AU$75),
or the more engaging facilitated event format (from AU$75).
Research shows that facilitated event engagement achieve much better results.

Facilitated Event Price
Facilitated events are conducted by trained partners, who may offer additional services on an event by event basis depending on the needs of the area and attendees. For facilitated events, check the event details for the final price.


What’s in the Program?

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Your Limbo Is Listening

Learn about your limbo, the leader, the home of happy and many other important brain functions. Understanding how the brain works, enables us to learn how to treat the brain to get desired results.

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Motion Creates Emotion

How does your brain know where your nose is? You can't see it, or hear it, yet it does. Discover how and why the relationship between your brain and muscles are important for your emotions.

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Blue & Green Should Often Be Seen

Learn why your brain creates an emotional response to what you see, before a rational response.

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Together Feels Better

Discover how and why our brains connect with each other, and why it's better to be together.

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Feelings Follow Your Focus

Your Limbo and Leader can be a bad influence on each other, learn how you can use this influence to give your happiness a boost.

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Food Feeds Your Mood

Learn how one of the most intriguing areas of medical research shows how certain types of foods that can keep the blues away.

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Rest To Feel Your Best

Learn why resting is important to feeling your best.

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Stress Less

Discover why zebra's don't get stomach ulcers, and why it is important for you.

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Giving Is Living

Discover why serving changes our focus and helps give our limbo a lift.

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What Does It Take To Flourish?

If you want to truly flourish in life, science says you need more than to just feel good, five things are necessary. Discover this big picture of wellness and explore what it takes to truly flourish.

Are you Ready to Boost your Health and Happiness?

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“ I encourage you to participate in the Live More Project. It’s all about how we can live our best life and truly thrive. It’s fun, exciting and easy to do, and will quite literally change your life. So now is the perfect time to sign up, make a change now and live your best life”
Dm

AUTHOR - Live More Project

Darren is an internationally regarded wellbeing educator, a sought after wellbeing speaker, and has been awarded a citation for making an outstanding contributions to student learning in the Australian university sector. He is the author of approximately 50 publications in scientific and medical journals, and has written four books. Presently he is the Course Coordinator for Postgraduate Studies in Lifestyle Medicine at Avondale and is a Lead Researcher in the Lifestyle Research Centre where he supervises doctoral students as they conduct various wellbeing-related research projects.