Jennifer Keller created Project YOU more than a year ago to support women in their efforts to be the best version of themselves. Keller paired the 90-day book guide with a built-in support system and an annual retreat to offer the ultimate success routine. Now, she’s creating similar resources for men.
The 2023 conference for women held recently at White Chateau and drew people from as far as Denver, Cincinnati, northern Ohio, and Indianapolis in addition to several from the tri-state region.
Speakers included Maggie Howard talking about the importance of getting out of your comfort zone in a small town, Kelsey Jarboe sharing her insights as a successful real estate entrepreneur, and Suzanne Cecil White discussing her journey with health issues and the importance of staying focused. Keller shared practices for connecting with faith.
Keller and the Project YOU team donated the funds from the event to My Sister’s Keeper, a local emergency shelter for women and children. Angel Welsh is the founder of My Sister’s Keeper. The two women saw the opportunity as the perfect fit.
“Women came to get empowered, and now their proceeds will help empower a woman in need,” Keller said. “The next goal is sustainment. We want the people we mentor to take action, build habits, and create a routine that will create the best version of themselves.”
Project YOU has a workshop scheduled for March 9. For additional information or to register, visit redbirdpress.net.
After seeing the success of Project YOU and with some inspiration from her son, Keller decided to create Project HIM.
“Our mission is to support people in being their best person,” Keller said. “We were all women until we launched Project HIM last week. I think men are often put in a box and expected to have it all together with little to no tools nor guides to help them spiritually connect.”
Project HIM will resemble Project YOU but differ in how it navigates. Like Project YOU, the guide is available for purchase at redbirdpress.net.