At the heart of creative success stories are moments when people make key decisions that move things forward in leaps, opposed to tiny steps. This month, Kristina helps us explore the decisions we individually need to make to move forward. As an expert in helping people think clearly about decisions, Kristina shares the behind the scenes journey of building her business , and inspires us with her plans for next 5 years.
Guest speaker Anyesha Minocha discusses how Conscious Action can help business owners and creators think differently about networking and collaboration opportunities. Aneysha tells us about her "rubicon moments" - a point of no return that results in an irrevocable commitment - and how this helped her find the route towards personal truth.
Jo Cruse, Managing Director of The Unreasonables (www.theunreasonables.org) tells us her story, how an omnishambles of divorce and depression taught her to choose a life that was more authentic and help others to do the same. Jo shares how this led to a journey from Alaska to Argentina and what she found out on the way.
Shamash is a co-founder of the Museum of Happiness. He is also author Mindfulness for Dummies and founder of Teach Mindfulness and Happier World Conference and loves ‘Kindfulness’. He has sold over 100,000 books on Mindfulness, opened a new, permanent Museum of Happiness in UK's largest homeless hostel in Camden, London and taken Museum of Happiness to Nepal, Singapore, and Sydney. Victoria is a co-founder and works full-time at the Museum of Happiness. She was a senior mentor at NCS The Challenge - the UK's leading charity for young people. She gives talks, keynotes, and workshops on happiness & well-being, and loves gratitude.
An in depth talk from "Love Your Postcode" owner, Bobby Singh, Birmingham born and raised. Bobby shares his inspiring journey from building his business up from the ground to a national entrepreneurial success story. His motivation is ferocious with a sound balance from his faith and beliefs. Bobby reminds us to be ambitious with our thinking and remember what is really most important along the way.
Olympic Stadium explorer Bill Agar shares his astonishing journey around the world to visit all 28 Olympic Stadiums, 5 continents, 18 countries, and 25 cities. His eight-year quest taught him about what it really takes to achieve long terms goals and what we sometimes lose along the way. These powerful lessons will make you think differently about how you set and achieve long term goals.
Nic Whitfield is a coach, trainer and facilitator focusing on leadership and team development for Future Foundations. His experience ranges from leading expeditions in Antarctica to managing the performance of the English Rugby League team. Australian-born and now based in England, Nic tells us his journey to discovering authenticity in his own life and how that has informed his work helping people be the best they can be at whatever they choose, so that they feel good about themselves and others.
Eugene Hughes - founder and Managing Director of global training organisation Artgym - tells us his journey from Ireland to the UK via the USA and two weeks living on just water in the Sahara. Eugene also introduces the Artgym Archetypes series and challenges us to consider whether we can decide everyday if it's best to be a warrior or a gardener; and does it help if you dress up!