Learn how to intentionally direct your energy to create powerful shifts towards your desired life vision.


Personality assessments, such as Myers-Briggs or D.I.S.C., are valuable tools that pinpoint certain personality types and characteristics. This gives individuals the possibility to better understand their inherent strengths and weaknesses. By understanding your personality and how it relates to what you do, you can adapt your behaviour to ‘work with what you have.’

The ELI Assessment is an attitudinal assessment, which is based on an energy/action model. This assessment differs from personality assessments in that it’s not intended to label you as one personality type or another. Instead, it measures your current level of energy based on your perception of the world. Since attitude is subjective and based on past experiences, beliefs and attitudes, it can also be altered. An attitudinal assessment serves as a ‘snapshot’ of your current energy and activity, and provides a launch-point for desired change.


The online self-assessment takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. Once you submit your assessment, we will have a 90 minute debrief session to review and discuss your results together.

As part of the debrief you’ll receive a customised report that summarises your individual ‘snapshot,’ your E-factor (energy factor) and its significance for you. We also discuss next steps and how you can apply this new knowledge directly into action in your life.


As part of the debrief, you’ll learn about the seven levels of energy/attitude and how these play a role in how we ‘show up’ with our own mindset and with the world around us.

Using these ELI results as a benchmark, you can begin to consciously choose to change your perceptions and attitude where they’re not serving you. This results in:

➪ An overall increase in awareness
➪ A noticeable increase in energy
➪ Better response to stress triggers
➪ Self-alignment and mental ease
➪ The ability to shape your overall attitude


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white quote - rebecca robertsForbes Coaches Council recommends the ELI Assessment as on of the “…assessments every executive should take.”


For those who love the scientific approach, or are maybe a bit sceptical of the ‘E-factor’ influence in our lives, I want to give you some additional hard data. From the theories of Einstein to the Quantum physicists who’ve changed our understanding of the world around us, here are a few things that we know:


For practical discussion purposes, there are two types of energy. We need both types in balance, and while there is a healthful balance, each has its benefits and limitations:

CATABOLIC ENERGY is a process of breaking-down for quick energy release. It’s highly beneficial when we are in the fight-flight-or-freeze response due to real danger. Our bodies release adrenalin and cortisol to provide a quick energy boost to move (or freeze) quickly. However, this kind of breaking-down process is highly detrimental when experienced for extended periods of time – like a slow drip of stress and anxiety. It feels draining and constrictive. We often experience how it ‘eats away’ at our health, success and happiness over time. This attitude state is often characterised by statement that begin with ‘I have to…’, ‘I need to…’

ANABOLIC ENERGY is a constructive building-up process that fosters synthesis and growth. When we experience anabolic energy states, our body releases chemicals like insulin, HGH, serotonin and oxytocin. In return, these fuel a healthy feel-good state that supports positive action. One possible drawback of anabolic energy is that, when we feel open to so many possibilities, we may experience ‘paralysis by analysis’ with trying to choose the best option. This attitude state is often characterised by statement that begin with ‘I can…’, ‘I choose to…’



This principle reveals that, as our perception of an object changes, the object itself inherently changes. As we look at an object, we interact with it. We emit light and thought, which are both forms of energy. This permanently affects what we observe.

What does this mean for us? It means that an increase in consciousness and awareness has the power to radically change our clarity and perception of the way we interact with our surroundings.


A study from over 30,000 participants show that people with higher Average Resonating Levels of Energy are statistically more satisfied with all aspects of their lives—from relationships and personal freedom to communication skills and leadership ability.