Would you like to live in a better world?
Do you think that your world would be better if you knew how to:
- Change just a few mindset and thinking habits to have a profound impact on your wellbeing and performance?
- Progressively build your self-esteem, confidence and mental resilience?
- Use the four performance levers which we all need to be happy and successful?
Have you found yourself answering ‘yes’ to the majority of the questions above?
You can make a start in achieving all these ambitions by joining Ashley Bookman in the first of a series of life enhancing talks on 4th November at Green Park, 12:00 – 14:30
For more details about Ashley’s background and contributions to organisations and society click here.
To register to attend on 4th November or if you have questions please email email@example.com
Do you think that everyone’s world would be better if:
- Instead of the steady stream of TV programmes lamenting our escalating problems with our mental health, we were celebrating a year-on-year decline in mental health problems?
- People could develop skills with which to build their careers bydelivering in only a matter of weeks what had previously taken several months or years?
- Our leaders were revered and respected because people experienced them empowering both our organisations and our society?
- We had alleviated our social problems arising from lack of inclusion and diversity – because people had already adopted more equal mind-sets and everyone felt they had an equal say and equal opportunity?
Would it surprise you to discover that all of the above could be delivered by learning to apply just a few mind-sets and thinking habits?
Join Ashley Bookman at Green Park for the full series of talks to understand how to live in a better world:
- Building Your Confidence, Focus and Peace of Mind
- Building Your Professional Skill-set and Personal Brand
- Building Yourself an ‘Empowered’ Organisation
- Building a Healthier Society Based on Inclusion and Meritocracy
If you are interested to have Ashley come and speak in your organisation contact firstname.lastname@example.org