The HeartRoads Personal Leadership Model (PLM)

Let your primal behaviors work together for long-term performance and health.

Strengths and weaknesses

According to HeartRoads everyone is using one of three primal strategies behaviors in order to feel secure and be successful. It is often due to some childhood trauma or earlier successful experiences that we start to overly use only one of the strategies and forget about the other two.  And while we may haveinitial success with only using one of them, in the long run it will hinder our growth, success and potential.

How this works

Each of the strategies we are talking about has both strengths and weaknesses. We may achieve some succes for a while using only one strategy, but eventually it’s weakness will limit your happiness and success. We have named each of these three behaviors after the animal is resembles most. It looks like this:

By learning to combine all three strategies, we can access the positive side of all strategies while reducing the negative.

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5×5 program

The full stack program that helps you and your employees to liberate full potential. During five (online) group-sessions and five 1-on-1 coaching sessions you will learn all about the three strategies that allow for personal leadership and how to apply them right away.


Go on a journey that shows you exactly how the three personal leadership strategies have helped people win national sports titles, improve their health and achieve astounding results in business and personal life. With examples from Tobias’ life and tools to apply right away.

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