Learn how to live your best life as your best self using a tool kit of personal development 'goodies'
- 114 modules of self-paced learning
- 2Illuminates how you can find happiness from the inside out
- 3Explores your authenticity and happiness and how who you are affects what you do
- 4Provides guidance and practical tool ideas for applying in your life to live your best life as your best self
Best You, Best Life is a step by step guide on how to live your best life as your best self.
Join internationally acclaimed and award winning author and educator Gina Haines, as she guides you through 12 steps to get you through to a result where...
- You know who you authentically are
- You know what happiness is for you
- You know how to bring happiness into your life
- You know how to implement these things on a daily basis
Knowing information is one thing, but actually implementing it into our daily lives takes an ongoing practice.
Gina will help you establish that practice by setting you up with tools to go out and live the information and guidelines and really make a difference in your life.
Gina Haines is New Zealand born and bred and is an educator specializing in authenticity, happiness and work. Gina has over 20 years experience as an educator - 15 of those spent as a Visual Arts and Education lecturer at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, where she was awarded a prestigious University of Canterbury Teaching Award recognizing excellence in 2008. She holds a Masters of Visual and Performing Arts degree (CSU), a Bachelor of Education (UC), a Trained Teachers Certificate (NZ) and a Diploma of Teaching (Commendation) (CCE) along with her Nia Technique White and Blue belts.
Gina has crafted an international reputation in the fields of teacher-education, happiness, authenticity and work. She has presented her research at many conferences both nationally and internationally most recently receiving the People’s Choice Award for her presentation content at the Fourth Global Conference on Happiness in Ireland (2018). Gina has participated on panel discussions (including the New Zealand Medical Students' Associations Conference 2014), and in numerous presentations both collaboratively and individually. She has several international publications in academic journals and reviews manuscripts for international publications, including the Journal of Happiness Studies.
Leaving lecturing in December 2014 to chase more of her dreams and to continue to 'walk the talk', Gina now writes, hosts and directs her online TV show and blog showcasing authenticity, happiness and work. In addition, she works as a global educator, artist, interviewer and author.
Gina’s work is in self-empowerment focusing on authenticity, happiness and work, centred within a research framework and a lifetime of learning thus far. It is designed to develop self-discovery through self-awareness, self-knowledge and self-love, and to help you reconnect with the heart of who you are, to bring you home to yourself and raise your level of joy and happiness.
She loves to initiate inquiry and to illuminate, inspire and ignite through her teachings. Her most recent publication is her award-winning book, 'You-phoria: The Art of Authenticity', which is the recipient of a Silver Award in the Nautilus Book Awards 2019 and Finalist Awards in both the International Book Awards 2019, and the Best Book Awards 2019 (sponsored by American Book Fest).